Melita

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Melita is lytla īeg-rīce in Ƿendelsǣ betƿēonum Italie and Affrice. Hēo hæfþ seofen īege[1] Seo mǣste īeg is Melita-īeg, seo oðre Gozo. Betƿuh þǣre tƿæm līgþ Comino.

Melite hēafodburg is Valletta. Melita is nū ƿitenagemōtgebeƿitnu cyneƿīse.

Þurh manigum ieldum hæfþ man gesēon Melita sƿa nīedmiclu stōƿe for hiere staðol in þæs Ƿendelsæs midde[2]. Manig rīcu hæbbaþ geheald Melita; Cartainaþēod, Rōmƿare, Arabas, Constantinopolis, Sicilie and mer. In 1530 and oþ 1798 ricsode se Sanctus Iohanes Cnihta Orden. Napoleon nām þa īege in 1798, and Bretƿare fram him in 1800.

Oð 1964 ƿæs Melita landbūnes þæs Bryttiscan Rīces and Valetta þæs Cynelican Scipheres hefigeste hȳð þæs Ƿendelsǣs. Se Cynelican Sciphere abad in Valetta oþ 1979.

For þæs īegfolces ānmōd on þāra Ōðran Ƿoruldgūþe geaf Georgius VI Cyning þǣm īegum þa Georgius Rōde. Sēo Georgius Rōd is geboren on sēo cyneƿīsan fānan.

Melite gereordas sind Melitisc and Nīƿu Englisc. Italisc understandaþ manige on þa īege ēac.

Ealdan Mnajdra ealca.

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