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Northumbrie aroond 700 AD

Thi Kingdom o Northumbrie (Aad Inglish: Norþanhymbra Rīċe; Latin: Regnum Northanhymbrorum) wis an Anglo-Saxon Kingdom ben whaat is noo Northren Inglan an Sooth-East Scotlan. It wis formed wi thi unification o twee aader Kingdoms, knaan as Bernicie an Deira, that wis divideet bi thi river Tees.

Efter thi Viking invasion o Inglan, Northumbrie sooth o the Tees wis tyen ower bi thi Dyens an becam thi Viking Kingdom o Jorvik an seun efter thi northrenmyest dyel o Northumbrie, ayont thi Tweed, wis tyen ower bi thi Scots follain thi Battle o Carham. Thi Northumbrian rump atween thi Tweed an Tees becam an Aatonomous Yarldom i thi Anglo-Saxon Kingdom o Inglan an wis then reorganised bi thi Normans intiv thi coonty o Northumberlan. Aad Northumberlan wis dyelt inti modren Northumberlan an Durham i thi 13t eerhundred when thi Bishops o Durham declared at thi lans atween thi Tyne an Tees wis ootwiv ony Inglish shire.

Northumbrie thi day[edit]

Nooadays, Northumbrie nee langer officially exists tho thi nyem o Northumberlan wis tyen frae Northumbrie. Thi nyem Northumbrie hitsel is whiles used for thi region atween thi Tweed an Tees, centred aroond thi twee historic coonties o Northumberlan an Durham, whar foaks taaks Northumbrian dialects thi day. Thi nyem is used bi sindry organisations i thi region, sic as Northumbria University, Northumbria Pollis, an Northumbrian Wattor.

I 2020 thi idea o Northumbrie wis browt back bi Northren Inglish separatists. Thi NIP (Northern Independence Party) ettles ti restore Northumbrie as an independent styett. This new styett wad include aał o modren Northren Inglan an Hee Peak District i Derbyshire an aał. Acas o this, Northumbrian identity hes been adopteet bi Northren Inglish foak at thinks thi North is hits aan separate nation.


Northumbrian Aad Inglish, or Aad Northumbrian, wis yen o fower thi dialects o Aad Inglish, alang wi Mercian, West Saxon, an Kentish. Thi day, Northumbrian, Cumbrian, Scots, an thi North Yorkshire dialects is aał derived frev Aad Northumbrian.

Cumbric is a nyem gien ti thi Brythonic Celtic tung at wis spocken i thi north o Inglan an sooth o Scotlan. A vast o plyess nyems i Cumbrie thi day is derived frae thi aad Cumbric tung, sic as Carlisle, Helvellyn an Penrith. Latin wis offins spocken an aał, myestly bi thi beuk-larnt intelligentsia, an wis used for thi writin o mony aad Northumbrian texts includin Bede's Ecclesiastical History o thi Inglish Foak.