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[1] WÉR WÉRON ÁK SINA KREFTA. HI HÉDE.N HEL FORSTÁN SÁ THAT.ER ALLES FORSTÁNDE HWÉRWR THAT SPRÉKEN WARTH. THACH IN SIN DVAN NE MACHT MÀN NÉNE WISDOM [5] SPÉRA. BI.N SKÉN ÔNHLITE HÉDE.R ÉNE GLADE TONGE. MEN JETA SWARTER AS SIN HÉR IS SINE SÉLE FVNDEN. were his powers. His intellect was bright enough to understand all that was talked about, but his actions did not display any wisdom. Besides a pretty face, he had a smooth tongue, but his soul was found to be blacker than his hair.
THÁ THAT.ER ÉN JÉR KENING WÉRE. NÉDSÉKTE HI ALLE KNÁPA FON SIN STÁT. HJA SKOLDON [10] JÉRLIKIS VPPET KÀMP KVMA ÀND THÉR SKIN.ORLOCH MÁKJA. IN.T ÉROST HÉDE.R THÉR SPUL MITH. MEN TO THA LERSTA WARTH.ET SÁ MENÉRLIK THAT ALD ÀND JONG ÛT ALLE WRDUM WÉI KÉMON TO [15] FRÉJANDE JEF HJA MACHTE MITHA DVA. THÁ HI.T ALSA FÉRE BROCHT HÉDE LÉT.ER WÉR.SKOLA STIFTA. When he had been king for a year, he obliged all the young men in the state to attend a yearly war simulation camp. Initially, this was problematic, but eventually it became so customary that young and old from everywhere came asking if they could join. At that point he set up military schools.
THA RIKA KÉMON TO BÁRANE ÀND SÉIDON THAT HJARA BERN NW NÉN LÉSA NACH SKRÍVA NAVT NE [20] LÉRADE. ÁSKAR NE MELDE.T NAVT. MEN AS THÉR KIRT ÀFTER WITHER SKIN.ORLOCH HALDEN WARTH GVNG.ER VPPEN VPSTAL STONDA. ÀND KÉTHA HLÛD. THA RIKA SIND TO MY KVMEN TO BÁRANA [25] THÀT HJARA KNÁPA NÉN LÉSA NACH SKRÍVA NOCH LÉRA. IK N.ÀV THÉR NAWET VP SÉITH THACH HIR WIL IK MINE MÉNONG SEDSA. ÀND ANTHA MÉNA ACHT BITHINGA LÉTA. The rich came to complain, claiming that their children no longer learned to read and write. Askar ignored them, but at the next military exercise he climbed a platform and spoke aloud: ‘The rich came to me and complained that their young men do not learn to read and write. I did not answer, but will give my opinion here and let the assembly decide.’
THÁ ALREK NW NÉIS.GÍRICH [30] NÉI HIM VPSACH. SÉID.ER FORTHER. NÉI MIN BIGRIP MOT MÀN HJUD THÀT LÉSA ÀND SKRIVA. THA FÁMNA When all looked up at him curiously, he continued: ‘In my opinion, to read and write must for now be left to the maidens

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