|p.75: HIA KÉMON FON TROJA ~ they were from Troya|
|p.199: (...) KÉMON (...) FON TRÔJE ~ (...) came from Troye / TRÔJE ALSA HETH.ÉNE STÉDE ~ Troye was the name of a city / THÁ THA TRÔJANA (...) NEST.LED WÉRON (...) ~ After the Trojans had nestled (...)|
- 10a. Ulysses’ Quest for a Lamp, ca. 1190 BCE?
|THIS KÉNING WAS THRVCH ÉNE PRESTERESSE FAR.SÉID THAT ER KÉNING  WERTHA SKOLDE OVIR ALLA KRÉKA.LÁNDA||This king [Ulysses (1)] was foretold by a priestess to become king over all of the Kreeklands|
|SA.R RÉD WISTE VMBE.N FODDIK TO KRÉJANDE THÉR VPSTÉKEN WAS ANDA FODDIK IT TEX.LÁND.||if he managed to get a lamp that was lighted at the one of Texland.|
|VMBER TO FENSANE HÉDER FÉLO SKÀTA MITH BROCHT. BOPPA  ELLA. FÁMNE SÍRHÉDUM. ALSA THÉR IN VR.ALDA NAVT SKÉNENER MÁKAD WRDE.||To obtain this, he had brought great treasures, above all jewelry for maidens, more beautiful than that made anywhere else in the world;|
|HIA KÉMON FON TROJA EN STEDE THAM THA KRÉKALANDAR INNIMTH HÉDON.||they were from Troya, a city that the Kreeklanders had conquered.|
|AL THISSA SKÀTA BÁD HI THA MODER AN.  MEN THJU MODER NILDE NÁRNE FON NÉTA.||All these treasures were offered to the Mother, but she did not want to hear a word about it.|
(1) ‘Ulysses’ (ÛLYSUS) is (also) the later Latin name for the Greek hero Odysseus, but the Latin authors could have this name from an older, different source or tradition.
- 19b. Streams of Blood, ca. 50 BCE?
|THA HÉINDA KRÉKA.LANDA HÀVON VS TOFARA ALLÉNA TO HÉRATH. MEN SUNT VNHÜGLIKA TIDUM HÀVON RA THÉR ÁK ÀFTER.KVMANDA FON  LYDA ÀND FON FINDA NITHER SET.||The Near-Kreeklands [± Italy] used to belong only to us, but since times immemorial, descendants of Lyda and Finda have also settled there.|
|FON THA LERSTA KÉMON TO THA LERSTA EN ÉLE HÁPE FON TRÔJE.||Of the latter, many ended up coming from Troye, eventually.|
|TRÔJE ALSA HETH.ÉNE STÉDE HÉTEN THÉR ET FOLK FON THA FÉRE KRÉKA.LANDA INNOMTH ÀND VRHOMELT  HETH.||(Troye was the name of a city that was conquered and destroyed by the folk of the Far-Kreeklands [± Greece].)|
|THÁ THA TRÔJANA TO THA HÉINDA KRÉKA LANDUM NEST.LED WÉRON.||After the Trojans had nestled in the Near-Kreeklands,|
|THÁ HÀVON HJA THÉR MITH TID ÀND FLIT ÉNE STERKE STÉD MITH WÁLLA ÀND BURGUM BVWED ROME THAT IS RUM HÉTEN.||with rigor and vigor they built a bastion of walls and towers, named Rome — meaning [roomy or renown?].|
|THA  THAT DÉN WAS HETH THÀT FOLK HIM SELVA THRVCH LEST ÀND WELD FON THÀT ÉLE LÁND MÁSTER MÁKED.||When that was done, this folk succeeded in mastering the whole land by deceit or through force.|
|THAT FOLK THAT ANDA SÛD.SIDE THÉRE MIDDEL.SÉ HÉMTH IS FÁR.ET MÁRA DÉL FON FHONÍSJA  WÉI KVMEN.||The folk living on the south coast of the Middle-Sea mostly originate from Phoenicia.|
|THA FHONÍSJAR SEND EN BASTRED FOLK. HJA SEND FON FRYA.S BLOD. ÀND FON FINDA.S BLOD [200/01] ÀND FON LYDA HIS BLOD.||The Phoenicians are a bastard folk; a mix of Frya's, Finda's and Lyda's blood.|
|THÀT FOLK FON LYDA SEND THÉR AS SLÁVONA. MEN THRVCH THA VNTUCHT THÉR WÍVA HÀVON THISSA SWARTE MÀNNISKA AL.ET ÔRA FOLK BASTRED  ÀND BRUN VRFÀRVET.||The Lyda folk are there as slaves, but the lewdness of the women allowed these black people to bastardise all other folks and dye them brown.|
|THIT FOLK ÀND THAM FON ROME KÀMPATH ÒLÁN VMB ET MÁSTERSKIP FON THA MIDDEL.SÉ.||This [Phoenician] folk and the Romans constantly fight for rule over the Middle-Sea, and they live at enmity with each other.(1)|
|KIRT VRLÉDEN WAS THÉR THA VRESTE THÉRA GOLUM SÉTEN VPPA THÉRE BURCH THÉR IS KÉTHEN KÉRENÀK. THAT IS HERNE.||Until recently, the supreme of the Gols [Gauls/ Gaels?] resided there at the burg named Kearenek — or Kearenherne —,|
|HWANATH HI SIN BIFÉLA JEF AN ALLE ÒRA GOLA. ÁK WAS  THÉR AL HJARA GOLD TOGÁDUR BROCHT.||from where he commanded all other Gols and where all their gold was gathered.|
|KÉREN.HERNE JEFTHA KÉREN.ÀK IS ÉNE STÉNE BURCH THÉR ÉR AN KÀLTA HÉRDE.||(Kearenherne — ‘chosen horn or hook’ — is a stone burg that once belonged to Kelta.)|
|THÉRVMBE WILDON THA FÁMNA FON THA ÀFTERKVMANDE THÉRA KÀLTANA  FOLGAR THA BURCH WITHER HÁ.||Thus, the maidens of the descendants of the Kelta followers wanted it back.|
|ALSA WAS THRVCH THA FÍANSKIP THÉRA FÁMNA ÀND THÉRA GOLUM. FAITHE ÀND TWIST [201/01] IN OVIR THÀT BERCH.LAND KVMEN MITH MORTH ÀND BRÔND.||Due to the enmity between the maidens and the Gols, feud and strife had come into the mountainous land, bringing with it murder and fire.|
(1) Probably referring to the Punic Wars (264 - 146 BCE).