Burg

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Seoul, þe is sēo ōðer burg ðǣre ƿorulde æfter lēodrǣdenne

Burg is a bemetendlīce grēat and gelǣstende būend.[1][2] Þēah menn ne ancordaþ ymb hū burg is tōmearcod fram tūne innan Engliscum andgietum, maniga byrig habbaþ sume geƿealdlice, lagfæste, oþþe stǣrlice byrdnesse æfter stōƿlicum lagum.

Tō bȳsne, carte geinsettunge geþoftod fram þǣm stōƿlican underrīciscan ǣsellendan mōte scādeþ byrig geƿeald fram tūne on Massachusetts. In þǣm Geāndan Cynrīce and dǣlum þǣre Þēodacyneƿīsan, burg is þēaƿum landbūend mid cyninglicre cartan.[1] Ǣr, in Europe, burg ƿæs understanden ƿesan botlƿēla mid hēafodcirican, þæs stent sēo byrdness Sanct Dauides burg tō byrig in þǣm Geāndan Cynerīce, þēah hit efne hæfde lēodrǣdne 1,797 manna in þǣm 2001 gēare.

Byrig geƿunelīce habbaþ hēa endebyrdnessa feormnesse, þegnþrēata, landes nytte, hūsa timbrunge, and oferferunge. Se hēa gemōt forðunge sƿīðe gōdaþ efenƿeorc betƿeox lēodum and underginnungum, þe þæs helpaþ begen þrēatas. Grēat burg oþþe hēahburg geƿunelīce hafaþ gebundena underbyrig and gesīþbyrig. Sƿelca byrig sind geƿunelīce gebunden mid hēahburglicum landscipum and burgearmum; þæs manige menn sculon faran feorr fram hāme tō cumenne tō frumstōlum abysgunge. Sōna burg receþ feorr genōg tō hnīgenne ōðere burg, þes landscipe cann ƿeorðan dēmed ƿesan oferburg.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Goodall, B. (1987) The Penguin Dictionary of Human Geography. London: Penguin.
  2. Kuper, A. and Kuper, J., eds (1996) The Social Science Encyclopedia. 2nd edition. London: Routledge.