Trōia

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Troy II, Inganghliþ

Trōia (Hittitisc: Wilusa oþþe Truwisa, Grēcisc: Τροία, Troia, ēac Ίλιον, Ilion; Lǣden: Trōia, Īlium,[1]) is stǣrlicu burg and middel þǣre Trōiāniscan Gūðe, sƿā man āƿrāt in the Epic Cycle, and syndriglīce in þǣm Iliad, ānum tƿēgra grēata lēoða attributed to Homer. Trōiānisc tōbelimpþ tō þǣm Trōiaƿarum and þǣre gesetenesse Trōia.

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  1. Trōia is se foreborena Lǣdena nama þǣre burge. Ilium is lēoþlicre word: Lewis, Charlton T.; Charles Short. Ilium. A Latin Dictionary. Tufts University: The Perseus Digital Library. Begieten on 2008-03-01.