| ÀND FON LYDA HIS BLOD. THÀT FOLK FON LYDA SEND THÉR AS SLÁVONA. MEN THRVCH THA VNTUCHT THÉR WÍVA HÀVON THISSA SWARTE MÀNNISKA AL.ET ÔRA FOLK BASTRED  ÀND BRUN VRFÀRVET. THIT FOLK ÀND THAM FON ROME KÀMPATH ÒLÁN VMB ET MÁSTERSKIP FON THA MIDDEL.SÉ.||and Lyda's blood. The Lyda folk are there as slaves, but the lewdness of the women allowed these black people to bastardise all other folks and dye them brown. This Phoenician folk and the Romans constantly fight for rule over the Middle Sea, and they live at enmity with each other.(1)|
|FORTH LÉVATH THAM FON ROMA AN FJANDSKIP WITH THA FONÍSJAR ÀND HJARA  PRESTERA THÉR ET RIK ALLÉNA WELDA WILLE WR JRTHA NE MÜGON THA GOLA NAVT NE SJAN. THÀT FORMA HÀVON HJA THA FPHONÍSJAR MIS.SELLJA OF NOMEN. DÁNÁ ALLE LANDA THÉR SÛDWARD  WESTWÁRD ÀND NORTHWARD LIDSA. ÁK.ET SÛDAR.DÉL FON BRITTANJA ÀND ALLERWÉIKES HÀVON HJA THA FONÍSJAR PRESTERA. THAT HÉTH. THA GOLA VRJÁGETH. DÁNÁ SIND THUSANDA GOLA NÉI NORTH  BRITTANJA BRIT.||The Roman priests, who want to rule the whole earth, cannot stand the Gols. First they took Massilia from the Phoenicians, then all lands south, west and north of it, as well as the southern part of Britannia, and everywhere they expelled the Phoenician priests, known as the Gols. This way, thousands of Gols were compelled to move to North Britannia.|
|KIRT VRLÉDEN WAS THÉR THA VRESTE THÉRA GOLUM SÉTEN VPPA THÉRE BURCH THÉR IS KÉTHEN KÉRENÀK. THAT IS HERNE. HWANATH HI SIN BIFÉLA JEF AN ALLE ÒRA GOLA. ÁK WAS  THÉR AL HJARA GOLD TOGÁDUR BROCHT. KÉREN.HERNE JEFTHA KÉREN.ÀK IS ÉNE STÉNE BURCH THÉR ÉR AN KÀLTA HÉRDE. THÉRVMBE WILDON THA FÁMNA FON THA ÀFTERKVMANDE THÉRA KÀLTANA  FOLGAR THA BURCH WITHER HÁ.||Until recently, the supreme Gol resided there at the burg named Kearenek — or Kearenherne —, from where he commanded all other Gols and where all their gold was gathered. (Kearenherne — ‘chosen horn or hook’ — is a stone burg that once belonged to Kelta.) Thus, the maidens of the descendants of the Kelta followers wanted it back.|
|ALSA WAS THRVCH THA FÍANSKIP THÉRA FÁMNA ÀND THÉRA GOLUM. FAITHE ÀND TWIST||Due to the enmity between the maidens and the Gols, feud and strife|
(1) Probably referring to the Punic Wars (264 - 146 BCE).
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