Geþacasteort

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Middeldæl Sūþgeorgie: Cumbraland Byht; Geþacasteort mid Ēadƿeard Cyning Cofa; Allardyce Beorgas and Pagetbeorges topp

Geþacasteort (Nīƿenglisc: Thatcher Peninsula) (54°17′00″S 36°32′00″W / 54.2833°S 36.5333°W / -54.2833; -36.5333) is Sūþgeorgie steortland hƿæron standaþ Ēadƿeard Cyning Næss, þæs landscipes hēafodstōl, and Grytviken, his mæsta ƿic.

Ūt strecceþ Geþacasteortes in norþernum Sūþgeorgie betƿuh Cumbraland Ēastbyhte and Moraine Flēote be ēastan and Cumbraland Ƿestbyhte be ƿestan, mid Ēadƿeard Cyning Cofan on his ēastrīman. Dynig is hē. Lyell Īsflōd and Hamberg Īsflōd licgaþ æt his hēafde.

Sē steortland næfde naman beforan þā Folcland Geƿinne. In þæm sæcce ƿæs Sūþgeorgia þæt ærste land þe sē Bryttisc þrēat eftnām. Æfter þære gūþe sē GC Antarctisca Stōƿnaman Ræd acƿæþ þe þæt land hƿæron stōd sē hēafodstōl meaht beran naman æfter Margaret Þatcher, sēo ƿæs Forma Þegn in þæm dagum and sēo gereccede to sendenne þone þreat þā īega to hreddenne. Vivian Fuchs, Cniht, foresittend þæs Antarctiscan Stōƿnaman Rædes, cƿæþ þe hēo ƿæs "micel mann in Sūþgeorgie stǣre".[1][2][3] Þatcher ƿæs, sƿa sƿa secgþ hiere friend, 'geficed and getǣtted' be þissum āre.[4]

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  1. 'Peninsula on South Georgia to be named after Margaret Thatcher', The Times (15 June 1991).
  2. The Times (15 June 1991) 'The geographical tribute appropriately encompasses the spot where the first troops from the Task Force landed in April 1982.'
  3. Sam Lister, 'Navy man puts name down for an island', The Times (25 January 2002), p. 6.
  4. "The Times 15 June 1991"


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