Scēaðfeld

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Scēaðfeld
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Scir: Eoferwicscīr
Feorrspreca forerim: 0114
Ærendrun: S0114
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Læppa: Sheffield

Scēaðfeld Nīƿenglisc: Sheffield is burg in Englaland, in Suþ Eoforwicscir. Hit is on þe Ea Sċēaf. Scēaðfeld is 40 mīle ēast of Mameceaster, 38 mīle suþ of Loidis, and 44 mīle be norþen Snotingaham.

Scēaðfeld in Englaland

þe Scēaðfeld Castel wæs bytlde to bearg near þorpas, swelċ eallswa Dore, hwær Eanred of Norþanhymbre geaff in to Egbert of Ƿestseaxe in 821. Bi 1296, Scēaðfeld hæfde bytlde an market (Nu Castel Square), and Scēaðfeld sona becom an market burg. In þe Cantwaraburg Tala (Niwenglisce: Canterbury Tales), Scēaðfeld is ealgeræde bespræc as macaþ cnifas, and in þe ærlic 1600s, Scēaðfeld hæfde becom þe miċel macianere of cnifas in Englaland (be siden Lunden) From 1570-1584, Mary, Cwēn of Sċottas, wæs loc in Scēaðfeld Castel. Scēaðfeld wæs hefige in þe Industrial Hwyrft, and in þe 1740s, an niewe weg macian betera stiele wæs fand in Scēaðfeld, and from 1801-1901, þe andefn of ceasterleoda eode from 60,095 to 451,195