Ætla

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"Ætlan symbel" be by Mór Than (1870)
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Ætla (406 – 453) ƿæs Hūna cyning siþþan 434 oþþæt his dēaþe in 453.

Ætlan Hūna Rīce beþennede fram Germania to Geægk ēa and fram Donua ēa to Ostsǣ. Be his cynedōm ƿæs Ætla se gramsta and drēordsta fēond to Rōmƿarum, begen þǣm ƿestrīce and þǣm ēastrīce. He insƿēog Tracie and dēop in Gallie beforan ðe Aëtius, Rōmanisc heretoga, hine oferdrāf æt Catalaunicos-ƿang, be Sigene ēa.

Ætla ne forgrāp ne Constantinopolis ne Rōm.

For Rōmƿarum and for manig þāra folc on Ƿesterne Europe is Ætla becƿide for grimness and yfeldōm. In ealdsecgum þāra Norþerne folca is he grēat and æþel cyning. Ƿidsið singþ of him. Ætla cyning is hād in þǣm Ƿælsings Secgan and in Ƿaldere, and in þrim Norþƿegiscan ealdsecgum.

Þæt Hūna rīce under Ætlan

Se forma Pulgara cyningas ƿæron Ætlan bearn.