Nica Ūphebbung

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Seo Nica Uphebbung (Crēacisc: Στάσις τοῦ Νίκα) ƿæs ƿuculang unfriþ in Constantinopolis in þæm geare 532. Gram ƿǣron þæm dagas; seo gramste friþleasnes þa hæfþ seo micle ceaster geseon and ælmæst healf þære byrig ƿæs be fyre oððe sæcce adiglode and manige þūsanda menn ƿǣron geslēan. Þes ingerec blitt todæg ān on Europan stære ƿierrstena.

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Hippodromes stede on Constantinopolim

Seo uphebbing hæfde his onginnung æt þære Hippodroman þǣr ƿǣron rǣs scridƿægna teamum. Þæt Rīce hæfde ealda scridƿægnframscipas be namum Þa Reada, Þa Hƿita, Þa Grena and Þa Bleoƿa and mid ealcum framscipe ƿǣron his lufiendas. Þa Reada and Þa Hƿita næron folcmǣre ac folgendas Þara Grēnena and Þara Bleoƿena fylledon eall Constantinipolis. Iustinianus I Casere ƿæs Þara Bleoƿan folgiend.

In 531 æfer ungerydnesse brohtede morð æt þæm Hippodroman hæftedon burgƿeard menn þara Bleoƿan and Grēnan. On 10 Æfter Geole in þæm geare 532, fliemedon tƿegen þæm gehæftedum, ān Bleo and ān Grēne and cƿōm in cirican hƿæræt eode grim geþrang.

Iustinianus geaf him hira hēafdas and bad scridrǣs on 13 Æfter Gēol, ac Bleoƿena and Grēnena lufiendas crafedon þe þa menn hæbben heale giefnesse for hiera māndǣde.

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Selestocc and Hippodrome on Constantinopolim

On 13 Æfter Gēol 532 cƿōm micel geþrang and hrēoh þære Hippodroman for þæm ræssum. Hiera cirm ƿæs "Blēo" oððe "Grēne" oððæt hie ānlǣhtedon hiera stefnas to Nίκα, se is "Sigor" and hie abrāc and onsæccedon þæs Caseres Heall, and for fīf dagum ƿæs Caseresele besæt, and hƿīlum feaht Blēo ƿið Grēne. Fȳr ongann in manigum læppan and bærnet micel dæl þæs ceasterscipes and his fyrmeste cirice, Halgan Sophie.


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