Although the term wagoner is used in the Heimskringla translation, the earliest use of this term was in 1544. A cart driver was known as a wain-carle and the Viking name was vagn-karl. A marshal was the officer in charge of a household's horses, carts, wagons, containers and the transporting of goods. In the top border the story of the burying of the holy relics is told. Earl Harold had a large number of holy relics, which he had acquired. Through fear of them being stolen he gained the approval of the leading nobles to have them hidden. Those present agreed and the cross and the relics were buried under a pile of stones and sealed behind a huge wall.