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[1] AK THA FJELDA ÀND THJU RÉNE FON.T ÉNA ENDA ALONT ET ÔRE ENDE THÁ. as well as the plains and the whole Rhine from beginning to end.
TOJENST.VR THA DÉNA.MARKA ÀND THÀT JUTTAR LÁND HÉDON WI FOLK.­PLANTINGA MITH EN BURCHFAM. [5] DANA WONON WI KÁPER ÀND ÍSER. BIJVNKA TÁR PÀK ÀND SVMA ÔR BIHOF. TOJENST VR VS FORMÉLICH WEST.LAND THÉR HÉDON WI BRITTANJA MITH SINA TIN.LÁNA. BRITTANIA THAT WAS THAT LAND THÉRA BANNALINGA. THÉR [10] MITH HULPE HJARAR BURCHFAM WÉI BRITH WÉRON VMBE HIRA LIF TO BIHALDANA. THACH FOR THAT HJA NAVT TOBÀK KVMA NE SKOLDE. WARTH ER ÉROST EN B TO FARA HIARA STÀR PRIKED. THA BANA MITH RÁDE. BLOD. FARVE ÀND THA ÔRA [15] MISDÉDAR MITH BLÀWE FARVE. Opposite the Denmarks (or: Lowmarks) and the Jutterland (or: land of beach­combers), we had colonies with a burg maiden from where we won copper and iron, plus tar, pitch, and some other necessities. Opposite our former Westland, we had Britannia with its tin mines. Britannia was the land of the banished, who were ‘brit’ away with the help of their burg maiden to spare their lives. In order that they could never come back, however, a ‘B’ was tattooed on their foreheads first; murderers with blood-red dye and other criminals with blue dye.
BUTA ÀND BIHALVA HÉDON VSA STJURAR ÀND KÁPLJVD MENI LOGE ANDA HÉIND KRÉKELANDA ÀND TO LYDJA. INVR LYDJA THÉR SEND THA SWARTA MINNISKA. [20] THÁ VS LÁND SA RUM ÀND GRÁT WÉRE HÉDON WI FÉLO ASONDER­GANA NAMON. THÉRA THAM SATON BI ÁSTEN THA DÉNE.MARKA WRDON JUTTAR HÉTEN. UTHAVEDE HJA TOMET NAVT OWERS NE DÉDON AS BARN.STÉN JUTA. HJA [25] THAM THÉR SATON VPPA É.LANDA WRDON LÉTNE HÉTEN THRVCHDAM HJA MÉST AL VRLÉTEN LÉVADON. ALLE STRÁND ÀND SKOR.HÉMAR FON.A DÉNE.MARKA ALONT THÉRE SAND.FAL. NW SKELDA. WRDON STJURAR. SÉKÀMPAR [30] ÀND ANGELARA HÉTON. ANGELARA SA HÉTON MÀN TO FORA THA BUTE.FISKAR VMBE THAT HJA ALAN MITH ANGEL JEFTA KOL FISKTON Furthermore, our steersmen and traders had many warehouses in the Near Greeklands and in Lydia. In Lydia the black people live. As our land was so great and extensive, we had many different names; those who lived east of the Denmarks were called ‘Jutters’, because almost all they did was ‘jut’ or collect amber on the shores; those who lived on the islands were called ‘Lets’ or ‘lefts’, because they mostly lived in very remote locations (‘left-behind’). All inhabitants of beaches and shores, from the Denmarks to the Sandfal — now Scheldt — were called ‘Stiurar’ (steersmen), ‘Sea­kampar’ (sea warriors) and ‘Angelara’; ‘Angelara’ used to be the name of the fisher­men at sea, because they only fished with ‘angel’ or pole

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