Bryten

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Bryten

Bryten is gārsecges īegland, se grīetesta dǣl þæs Geānedan Cynerīces. Ēac brȳcþ man þone naman "Bryten" for þæm Geāedan Cynerīce ānum, hƿǣrof is hē se mæreste bīnama.

Oftost is Bryten-īeg gecnāƿen be naman "Grēat Bryten". On Rōmƿarum ƿæs his nama Britannia, on Englum "Breten", ac Lydƿic (þæt is Bretland) and Bryten-īeg dƿilmodon menn, and ƿearþ "Grēat Bryten" and "Lȳtel Bryten".

In 1603, Iacobus VI Scotta cyning fēng tō rīce on Englum and cƿæþ þæt hē Cyning Grēatre Brytene ƿæs. Grēate Bryten Cynerīce ƿæs endlīce in 1707 ārǣred under Anne Grēatre Bryten Cƿēn. Hit endode and ƿearþ dǣl þæs Geānedan Cynerīces Grēatre Brytene and Īrlandes under Georgius III Cyning in 1801.