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"Get off ma land!" as we might say these days, or "Bebeorgan caedmon hyrgeoht!" ("Defend the cattle!") as they might have said back in East Anglia in the 9th Century.
I'm with James in praising this mini-diorama, Dirk. Good use of just a few nicely painted figures (including the three cattle of course) to create a scene and a story. I am also always interested to see the way that you create your buildings: an interesting way to create a thatch effect here.
"Ger-off moi land" often herd during my childhood , sometimes closely followed by a farmer waving a stick....happy days, anyway great mini diorama anything Anglo-Saxon gets a thumbs up from me.
I have often said it myself in received pronunciation when I had a mere acre of Devon and caravan tourists came on it with their dogs. I can do a Debbon aahcsent tho' if need be. Yew gro'ulls gerrof moi lahhnd!
The said acre was opposite and across the estuary from the CTC (Commandos) Lympstone and some nights there were furtive figures on my land pretending to hide.
I would say quietly not shout "I know you are there but this is my patch but I think you would fool most so I will retire".