Tag: Visual edit
Tag: Visual edit
 
Line 1: Line 1:
 
[[File:Standbilthoffreedom.jpg|thumb|293x293px]]
 
[[File:Standbilthoffreedom.jpg|thumb|293x293px]]
The '''Standbilth of Freedom''' ([[English tung|Mean English]]: '''''Statue of Liberty''''', [[French tung|French]]: '''''Statue de la Liberté'''''), revely '''Freedom Belightening the World''' ([[English tung|Mean English]]: '''''Liberty Enlightening the World''''', [[French tung|French]]: '''''La liberté éclairant le monde''''') is a {{Over|newtokenly|neoclassical}} {{Over|carvework|sculpture}} on {{Over|Freedom Iland|Liberty Island}}, in [[New Everwick Stead]], in the [[Foroned Ricks of Markland|Aoned Riches of Emmericksland]]. It is an {{Over|arn|copper}} standbilth that was a gift from the folk of Frankric to the folf of the Aoned Riches and was {{Over|inhulden|inaugurated}} on the 28<sup>th</sup> of Winterfulth 1886.
+
The '''Standbilth of Freedom''' ([[English tung|Mean English]]: '''''Statue of Liberty''''', [[French tung|French]]: '''''Statue de la Liberté'''''), revely '''Freedom Belightening the World''' ([[English tung|Mean English]]: '''''Liberty Enlightening the World''''', [[French tung|French]]: '''''La liberté éclairant le monde''''') is a {{Over|newtokenly|neoclassical}} {{Over|carvework|sculpture}} on {{Over|Freedom Iland|Liberty Island}}, in [[New Everwick Stead]], in the [[Foroned Ricks of Markland|Aoned Riches of Emmericksland]]. It is an {{Over|[[arr|arn]]|copper}} standbilth that was a gift from the folk of Frankric to the folf of the Aoned Riches and was {{Over|inhulden|inaugurated}} on the 28<sup>th</sup> of Winterfulth 1886.
   
 
The Standbilth is of a {{Over|cladden|robed}} woman betokening the Romish {{Over|gidden|goddess}} of freedom, Libertas. She holds a {{Over|fackle|torch}} above her head in her right hand, and in her left hand she ferries a handled writslab inwriten with the words and Romish marks "JULY IV MDCCLXXVI" (4<sup>th</sup> of Afterlith 1776), the day of the [[Saying Forth of the Selfhood of the Banded Folkdoms of Amricksland (Waver Overset)|Aoned Rich's Forthsaying of Selfhood]]. She also has broken schackles at her feet. The Standbilth became a token of freedom and of the Aoned Riches, welcoming incomers from across the world.
 
The Standbilth is of a {{Over|cladden|robed}} woman betokening the Romish {{Over|gidden|goddess}} of freedom, Libertas. She holds a {{Over|fackle|torch}} above her head in her right hand, and in her left hand she ferries a handled writslab inwriten with the words and Romish marks "JULY IV MDCCLXXVI" (4<sup>th</sup> of Afterlith 1776), the day of the [[Saying Forth of the Selfhood of the Banded Folkdoms of Amricksland (Waver Overset)|Aoned Rich's Forthsaying of Selfhood]]. She also has broken schackles at her feet. The Standbilth became a token of freedom and of the Aoned Riches, welcoming incomers from across the world.

Latest revision as of 22:36, 24 June 2019

Standbilthoffreedom.jpg

The Standbilth of Freedom (Mean English: Statue of Liberty, French: Statue de la Liberté), revely Freedom Belightening the World (Mean English: Liberty Enlightening the World, French: La liberté éclairant le monde) is a newtokenly carvework on Freedom Iland, in New Everwick Stead, in the Aoned Riches of Emmericksland. It is an arn standbilth that was a gift from the folk of Frankric to the folf of the Aoned Riches and was inhulden on the 28th of Winterfulth 1886.

The Standbilth is of a cladden woman betokening the Romish gidden of freedom, Libertas. She holds a fackle above her head in her right hand, and in her left hand she ferries a handled writslab inwriten with the words and Romish marks "JULY IV MDCCLXXVI" (4th of Afterlith 1776), the day of the Aoned Rich's Forthsaying of Selfhood. She also has broken schackles at her feet. The Standbilth became a token of freedom and of the Aoned Riches, welcoming incomers from across the world.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.