Toscead betweox fadungum "Brūcendmōtung:Wōdenhelm"

:I'm agreeing with Wodenhelm on this one, if ''Eye of Odin'' is extant or did what it said it would do, namely being a museum/restaurant themed on Old Norse mythology. '''ang''' is an academic exercise, encouraging the study of Old English and it does this not so much with dry academia but personal interest. The study of Old Norse culture is very relevant to the study of Old English and Anglo-Saxon culture, and if a thing appears to be notable in that context, it is noteworthy. We can in that way take in things deemed too obscure for '''en'''.
:We are small and liberal in our requirements. There must be some limits presumably - we don't have anything really daft like [[en:Category:Bus routes in London|Bus routes in London]] or [[en:List of telephone area name changes in the United Kingdom|Telephone area name changes]] - but otherwise we are constrained only by our imaginations, and the language. [[User:Hogweard|Hogweard]] ([[User talk:Hogweard|talk]]) 23:00, 27 Mǣdmōnaþ 2014 (UTC)
== Wes get hal Wōdenhelm ==
I recently made a page about Düsseldorf in Old English and I want to know if I did it correctly. I don't know much about Old English grammar and I treat the Language like Germanized Engish but I made sure that I was using the right words for the translation. Also wouldn't Düsseldorf be Dysselðorp not Dysselþorp although I do believe thorn and Eth can be used interchangeably. Can C and K be used interchangeably for spelling?