Cannae

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Rēmisc hūs æt Cannae

Cannae is an gamol þorp on Italia se stent in Puilla-lande þæs rīces sūþēasternum dǣle. His tūn belimpeþ Barlettan and his full nama nū on Italisc is Canne della Battaglia, se is “Beadu-cannae” forþæm þe mærost is hit for Cannae Beadwe, micel wæl hwæræt in 216 beforan Crīste gewonn Hannibal, Cartainan heretoga, in wige wiþ Rōmānisc Cynewīse.

Þes tūn līþ be Aufidus ēa on hiere sūðerum ofre, 6 mīla southwest þære ēa mūþan.

Stǣr[adihtan]

Cannae Beadu[adihtan]

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Cannae ceann man fyrmeste for Cannae Beadwe 216 geare beforan Crīstes acennesse. In þæm geare adigeledon Hannibal and his Cartainiscan here micel here þære Rōmāniscan Cynewīsa. Oððæt ðe wæs se Rēmisca here mær, hēr Hannibal drāf hine in hring and mid grime cwale slōh he eall þā menn būton miltse. Þes feoht is bysen for eallum sigesēcendum heretogum giet.

Æftertīde[adihtan]

In þæm Rōmāniscan Rīce wæs Cannae burgscipe and lytle Rēmisce byrige lāf fint man nū on beorge be naman Monte di Canne, se is “Cannaedūn”.

In þæm Middelyldum weard Cannae bishopric. Ān biscop, Roger of Cannae, nemned man halgan.

In 1018 cwōm beadwe hēr eft, tweolf hund geare æfter his mǣroste wælslehte. Adilgeled wæs Cannae in 1276.

Fruman[adihtan]

  • Hammond, N.G.L. & Scullard, H.H. (Eds.) (1970). The Oxford Classical Dictionary (p. 201). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-869117-3 ‘’(on Niwenglisc)’’.