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Re: New Viking Research
Lena; I was not aware that you were on the Museum side of your career. No
wonder you know so much. Indeed history looks different from different
positions in the globe. Now perhaps you might enlighten others as to the
popular image of the Vikings being distorted by again popular images. What I
really would like to know is the cultural purpoose as taught in Sweden for
the Viking explorations. Was the purpose to simply find new lands, the
thrill of the seach, to claim new lands or what?
Neil Wallgren Sinclair
PS were is Lund University and is it reputable?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lena A Löfström" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 11 June, 2000 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: New Viking Research
> I feel really proud and I'm happy that the rest of the world now seams
> to realize the importance and influence of the Vikings. To me as a Swede
> this is nothing new, the only new about it is the fact that it is now
> spread to a wider public as not only the scientific journals write about
> it but also more common magazines and news papers do.
> But then I live with it every day as head of our local museum where we
> have not only our very own original viking stone but also our very own
> viking (or rather the remains of a woman age aprox. 1 000 years).
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