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    Yes I found a lot of those on the beach:11160

    Yes I found a lot of those on the beach:11160
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    Ill play the devils advocate here: First you...

    Ill play the devils advocate here:
    First you should all look in a mirror and see the reflection of hypocrisy, all of you who have pets and eat meat.
    Cows and bulls are butchered everywhere in the...
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    No responses? Maybe its not the right place to...

    No responses? Maybe its not the right place to make posts about artefacts. Should I delete it?
  4. I read it in a Danish translation, it didnt make...

    I read it in a Danish translation, it didnt make it much better. I couldnt understand half of it. Mostly because the descriptions and connotations were so alien. Im equally alianated by modern...
  5. English was a Danish dialect, later creoled by...

    English was a Danish dialect, later creoled by French. Yes, I mean to be provokative and hopefully funny, but listen:
    English: The Helmsman said to them, that they should listen, grab the railing by...
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    Well Im a bit dark and shift between music,...

    Well Im a bit dark and shift between music, dependant on my mood.
    Here is one of the lighter ones:

    Nordic Winter:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNwfq9hCrf8
  7. I have interferred with people from Poland many...

    I have interferred with people from Poland many times, as a tourist, as a coworker. When Im in Poland, I like the Polish. Nice openmindend and friendly pepole. When I meet polish here, Im a bit more...
  8. Angel. I am actually from Denmark, I dont know...

    Angel. I am actually from Denmark, I dont know how I can prove it unless you call me. I saw your hint about Fargo, a film I have seen, but dont remember much off. Except for the snow. Ill revisit it,...
  9. Reasons you should consider instead of noses and...

    Reasons you should consider instead of noses and facial hair would be:

    Sweden has
    A high degree of education and literacy in the population from 1800 and up.
    A very high degree of religious...
  10. I didnt know that. I thought it was made in...

    I didnt know that. I thought it was made in Scandinavia out of imported Asian steel. Considering they are mostly found up north.
  11. yes, and Dannevirke was built for that reason....

    yes, and Dannevirke was built for that reason. Because the Germans were sometimes aggressive, and the wall could keep them out so the Nordic could fight among themselves in peace. But the wall had...
  12. There is more to it. Defensive works, though per...

    There is more to it. Defensive works, though per definition built out of fear, are not only defencive. Castels, for example can be the exact opposite, symbols of power. And is a wall between to...
  13. For your perspective: Compare Lindisfarne to a...

    For your perspective: Compare Lindisfarne to a motorcycle gang hitting the local pawn shop, and "Dane law" to "The American lead coalition" occupying Iraq.
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    American history is steadily being pushed back,...

    American history is steadily being pushed back, despite manifest destiny and all. There were probably Solutrians = clovis, red paint people going the other way and even an immigration more than...
  15. True enough. Dannevirke can compare to Hadrians...

    True enough. Dannevirke can compare to Hadrians wall. It also served the purpose of protecting the trade route across the foot of Jutland. From the Baltic to the North sea that went over land because...
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    What have I found? ( my first post)

    11146 I found this in one of my pots of tomatoes in the glasshouse a couple of weeks ago. The soil comes from out in the garden, but "the garden is not just any garden". I live 50 m from the Baltic...
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    OK, Nice. Im new and didnt understand.

    OK, Nice. Im new and didnt understand.
  18. It sounds like you know what you are talking...

    It sounds like you know what you are talking about. But I suggest we are back before proto Germanic. Back in the time where onomatopoeia such as cow, Kuh, ko and bos were spoken by the same people.
  19. Its easier to get tin from Cornwall than from...

    Its easier to get tin from Cornwall than from Afghanistan. Cornwall must have been a center.
    But did they also to to America?
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    Doggerland. Tidlig Maglemosetid. I think it is...

    Doggerland. Tidlig Maglemosetid. I think it is because of Doggerland that it took so long for the solutians flint techniques (bifaced expertise) to reach the Danish daggers ( they had to go north of...
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    ha ha. being a Dane, I know the game originated...

    ha ha. being a Dane, I know the game originated in England, where the vikings played football with the chopped off heads of munks. So England. yes. Forget rubber balls from China or Bikinis from...
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    Comparing your feet to feet on old greek statues,...

    Comparing your feet to feet on old greek statues, is similar to comparing your face to royal faces on English stamps.
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    OMG. A wild thread. Im Danish, I have learned to...

    OMG. A wild thread. Im Danish, I have learned to read runes in history classes when I was 12 years old or something, we found it interesting, and used runes for secret messages, such as love letters....
  24. A bit of linquistic inputs from the north....

    A bit of linquistic inputs from the north.
    English: Christmas means messe for Christ. Christendom stole the celebration from the pagans.
    English: Yule, the ancient word, from wheel, also winter...
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    I can inform you a bit about the cimbri (latin...

    I can inform you a bit about the cimbri (latin name.) They come from "Himmerland", Moraene hills in the middle of Jutland, Denmark. The Cimbri certianly migrated, south through Europe. Reached France...
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