Tirowen

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Tirowen
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Tirowen is scīr on Norðerne Īrlandes westernan ecge. Þǣre scīre sūðernan mearc is mid Fermangh, hiere ēastnorþernan mid Lundenderryscīre and bewestan hiere līþ sēo Īrland Cynewīse.

Þāra siexe scīrena þisses underrīces is Tirowen mǣst be hiere stōwe ac lytlu be hiere manna rīme.

On þās scīr sindon þā Sperrinbeorga. Hiere ēasternmeste rīme is on Neamere.

Hiere naman hæfþ Tirowen of þære Scyttiscum sprǣce and is Tir Eoghan, þæt is Owenes Land.

Tirownes mæste burg is Omagh onmiddan his scīre.


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