The Anglish Moot
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Anglo-Saxon Influence This article is written in a dialect of Anglish that is heavily swayed by Old English. Some words may not be understood.


Old Swiðer Oathneatſhip
Altschweizer Eidgenossenschaft (Þeech)[1]
Corps helvétique (French)[2]
Corpo helvetico (Weðerlandiſh)[3]
Confoederatio helvetica (Flattish)
GÆ 1300 – 1798
Early Swiðer rood

Swiðern rood
field token abt. GÆ 1300–1500
Ðe Old Swiðer Oathneatſhip as of GÆ 1789, with ðe latterday Swiðern theedmark in red
Standing Thoftſhip
(antidely within ðeam Holy Stroumiſh Overrich)
Headstead None; each oneleapy henden wiſtendly having its own sunderly roverreding inſtellingly ſeld, ðe evenforbond altogeðer having a manihub brittening of ſwivelling headburgh brookings, all of which being loosely bewitted from its bondstead of Bern[4]
Wickeny tungs Þeech[5]
Imean tungs Middle French / French, Almanniſh Þeech
Lief Stroumiſh Niȝholiſhneſs
Edſhapen
Leedward Thoftship
Lawmoot Dayſatting
Yorelore
• Death of King Rudolf I 15 Haymonth GÆ 1291
• Thoftsel Yerter of GÆ 1291 Weedmonth GÆ 1291
Foregone by Followed by
Kingdom of Theechland
∟ House of Hawsburgh
∟ House of Tearingen
∟ House of Couburgh
∟ Greeveſhip of Wordenberry
∟ Yfirsted Atting of Holy Yallen
Swiðern Kinewise
Today a deal of Swiðerland

Ðe Old Swiðer Oathneatſhip (Mean Engliſh: Old Swiss Confederacy; bygonely Eidgenossenschaft) or Swiðer Oathneatſhip was a looſe ithoftship of freestanding ſmall riches (hendens, Þeech Orte or Stände[6]), at firſt within ðeam Holy Stroumiſh Overrich. It biſt ðe forerunner of ðe latterday rich of Swiðerland.

Yorelore[]

Aſtelling[]

Orfathoming[]

Edhewing[]

Early anward eld[]

Liſt of ledemarks[]

Hendens[]

Main writ: Þirteen Hendens
Further inſight: Hendens of Swiðerland

Blogs and ettles[]

  1. Altschweizer Eidgenossenschaft, in ðe Bygonely Wordbook of Swiðerland
  2. Corps helvétique, in ðe Bygonely Wordbook of Swiðerland
  3. Corpo helvetico, in ðe Bygonely Wordbook of Swiðerland
  4. Kaufmann, Lieben ( 2018). "4. Bern: ðe iwaldſtool". Sundries of Headburghs
  5. Ares-Bennett, Wendy; Caruthers, Janice ( 2018).
  6. In ðe yerters ðas 14th yearhundred towritten as "imeanths" (communitas hominum, Lantlüte),
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