Creto

Creto (Crēacisc: Κρήτη is īeg on Crēcum and þæs sǣeardiendan folces mǣste īegland be bredðe and menscipe. Ƿendelsǣs īega is Creto and on ðæm sǣ his mǣste æfter Sicilie, Sardinie, Cipros and Corsican. In brime līð Creto æt þæs Egiscan Sǣs sūðernum ecge. Nān īegland līð be sūðen hie oð Ǣgyptes rīm.

Creto hæfþ micel dæl þæs Crēciscan ƿelignesse and hæfþ his sundor ƿisan in scopcræfte and leodscipe.

In geardagum ƿæs Creto Minoaisces folces eard, þā libbedon ymbe 2700–1420 Beforan Cristes cyme, ār cƿōm oðer burgbūend ðēod on Europan.[1]

Crete Anogeia tango7174
Periferia Kritis
Creto on landscīte

Glēsing

  1. Ancient Crete Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics
Egisca Sǣ

Se Egisca Sǣ ligþ æt Ƿendelsǣs ēasterne healf. Land ymbhegaþ hine be norþen (Crēcisce Macedonia and Tracia), be ƿestenum (Crecalande) and be ēasten (Turclande). Creto ligþ æt his sūðernum fēt.

Se Egisca Sǣ hæfþ manigu īege, þā Crēcaland āh and hƿæs menn sind Crēcas tō þǣm is sæfōr hāmcūþ.

Grēcland

Grēcland oþþe Crēce (þe is on manigfealdum rīme) is land in Europan. Hēr spricþ man Crēacisce and his hēafodburg is Aþēnas.

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