Scene

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Scene æt Clonmacnoise

Scene (Scyttisc: Abha na Sionainne) is Īrlandes lengste ēa. Þēos ēa is 240 mīla lang.[1][2]

Scenepott in Cafanscīre is þæs streames æƿielme. Ðider iernð Scene sūþƿeard and bedǣleþ ƿestern Īrland of his ēasternum landum and is sē gemǣre betƿuh Connaht be ƿestan Lēnstire be ēastan, and æfter þe Scene iernþ ƿestƿeard bedǣleð hē Connaht of Munstire, oþþæt þe Clarscīr, Munstir dǣl, licþ be norþan his strēame. Brād is þes strēam and lǣs þonne tƿeontig bricge oþþe fordas hæfþ Scene on his lengþe.

Scenepott

Scenas mūþa in gārsecge is Sceneflēot, 70 mīla lang. Limeric sēo ceaster stent æt Sceneflēotes hēafod, þær mēteþ fersc ƿæter flēotes bryne. Flōd nis bufan Limerice.

Scene æt Limerice

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  1. Nature & Scenery. Begieten on 2008-07-22.
  2. Ireland. MSN Encarta. Begieten on 2008-07-22.