Eást-Engle
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Eást-Engle
Add: (the word may often be translated by) East Anglia Norþhymbre and Eást-Engle hæfdon Ælfréde cyninge áþa geseald, and Eást-Engle foregíslas .vi., Chr. 894; P. 84, 20. Eást-Engla cyning and seó þeód gesóhte Ecgbryht . . . and Eást-Engle slógon Beornwulf, 823; P. 60, 17-19. Eást-Engla (-e MS.) landes is þrittig þúsend hýda, C. D. B. i. 414, 29. Ofer Norðhymbra lond and Eást-Engla, Chr. 895; P. 88, 20. Ðǽr wærð Eást-Engla folces seó yld ofslagen, 1004; P. 135, 36. Hé búde on Eást-Englum, and þæt lond ǽrest gesæt, 890; P. 82, 10. Hí wintersetl námon on Eást-Englum, and hié him friþ wiþ námon. Hér fór se here of Eást-Englum, 866-7; P. 68, 14-16. On Lindesse and on Eást-Englum and on Cantwarum wurdon monige men ofslægene, 838; P. 64, 1. Felix bodade Eást-Englum (-Eanglum, v. l. ), 636; P. 26, 5. Se here on Eást-Englum (Ést-, v. l. ), 885; P. 80, 8. Rád se here ofer Mierce innan Eást-Engle, 870; P. 70, 5. Fór se here on Eást-Engle and gesæt þæt lond and gedǽlde, 870; P. 76, 26. Sende Ælfréd cyng sciphere of Cænt on Eást-Engle, 885; P. 79, 18. Eást-Englan, 1017; P. 154, 4.
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