Īrland Cynewīse

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Īrland Cynewise hæfþ þone mæstan dǣl Īrlandes þæs īeglandes. Sēo Cynewisan ambihtnama is Īrland. Īrland campaþ wiðer Brytten in 1916 and in 1923.

Īrlandes Cynewisan hēafodburh is Difelin. Difelin wæs árærde be Wīcingas in 9an ieldum.

Īrland Cynewīse (feower boldgetæl and siex and twentig cynedom)
Idesa Ansion, Kerry
Glendalough Mynster


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1. Þēod dǣllīce on Asie. 2. Gewunelīce gesett tō Asie be eorþmetunge, ac nāþȳlǣs oft gedēmed swā Europisc for þēawe and stǣrlicum racum.