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[1] MITH THA ÔTHERA NÉI THA SÉ JEFTA É.LANDUM. THRVCH THISSE SKIKKING MOCHTON THA JUTTAR THAT LAND HALDA HWÉR.VPPA WR.ALDA RA WÉJAD HÉDE. and went to the Sealands or ‘Ealands’ together. By this arrangement, the Jutters could keep the land to where Wralda had led them.
[5] THA SÉ.LANDAR STJÛRAR THAM HJARA SELVA MITH BLÁTE FISK NAVT HELPA NER NÉRA NILDE AND THÉR EN ÀRGE GRINS HÉDE ANTHA GOLA. THAM GVNGON DÁNÁ THA PHONISJAR SKÉPA BIRÁWA. [10] ANTHA SUD.WESTER HERN FON SKÉN.LAND THÉR LÉID LINDA.S.BURCH TONOMATH LINDA.S.NÔSE THRVCH VSA A.POL STIFT ALSA IN THIT BOK BISKRÉWEN STÁT. The Sealander steersmen who did not want to merely eat and trade fish, and who had a strong antipathy to the Gols, later went pirating Phoenician ships. In the south-west corner of Skeanland lies Lindasburg, also known as Lindasnose, founded by our Apol, as described in this book.
ALLE KÁD.HÉMAR ÀND OMME.LANDAR [15] DÁNÁ. WÉRON EFT FRÍAS BILÉVEN. MEN THRVCH THA LUST THÉRE WRÉKE ÀJEN THA GOLUM ÀND ÀJEN THA KÀLTANA FOLGAR GVNGON HJA MITHA SÉLANDAR SÁMA DVAN. MEN THAT [20] SÁMA DVA N.ETH NEN STEK NAVT NE HALDEN. HWAND THA SÉ.LANDAR HÉDE FELO MISLIKA PLÉGA ÀND WEN.HÉDE OVIR NOMMEN FON THA WLA MÁGJARUM. FRYAS FOLK TO.N SPOT. FORTH [25] GVNG EK TOFARA HIM SELVA RÁWA THACH JEF.ET TO PASE KÉM THÀN STANDON HJA MÀNLIKÔTHERUM TRVLIK BÍ. All inhabitants of the coast and the surrounding region have remained true Fryas, but out of lust for revenge against the Gols and the Kelta followers they joined forces with the Sealanders. That alliance did not last, however, because the Sealanders had adopted many abhorrent practices and habits from the vile Magyars, to the offense of Frya's folk. Eventually, each went pirating separately; but when it suited them, they loyally stood by each other.
THACH TO THA LESTA BIJONDON THA SÉ.LANDAR BREK TO KRÉJANDE AN GODA SKÉPA. [30] HJARA SKIP.MÁKAR WÉRON OMKVMEN ÀND HJARA WALDA WÉRON MITH GRVND ÀN AL FON.T LAND OF.FÁGED. In the end, however, the Sealanders began to lack good ships. Their ship builders had perished and their forests had been wiped off the land root and branch.

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