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    AW: The Saxon tribe

    But first there had to be Heliand, an epic poem on Jesus' life in Old Saxon language. It's written in a more Germanic, more warrior-like style, therefore the Saxons were willing to accept and to...
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    The Saxon tribe

    Saxons, Germanic people, first mentioned by Ptolemy in about 150 AD. Ptolemy says that the Saxons were from lower Jutland and what is now Schleswig-Holstein in Germany. The "founding tribes" of the...
  3. Thread: Time Travel

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    AW: Re: Time-traveling

    Why not the North American natives too ;) ???
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    AW: Re: Classify the White Ladies on the HK.

    Since racial classification seems to be general knowledge to many Skadi members, could you (or anybody else) feed me with relevant links including figures, maps etc? I'm new here and don't want to...
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    AW: Time-traveling

    Going back so far into the past when primal hominids appeared on earth. Then watching their evolution until, let's say, the Middle Ages and so uncover everything that has been wrapped in mystery....
  6. AW: Proto-Germanic Studies in Etymology & Culture: An Occasional Thread

    Do you have any new information about the so called Germanic substrate hypothesis or related hypotheses, which attempt to proof the Non-Indo-European roots of certain Germanic lexical fields as...
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    AW: Germanic Art

    http://www.jadu.de/mittelalter/germanen/gk/images/holzschnitzerei_jpg.jpg

    Woodcarving at a porch of the Urnes Stave Church (Norway)
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    AW: Paternosters in early Germanic

    ... and nowadays

    Afrikaans
    Ons Vader wat in die hemel is,
    laat u Naam geheilig word;
    laat u koninkryk kom;
    laat u wil ook op die aarde geskied,
    net soos in die hemel.
    Gee ons vandag ...
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    Paternosters in early Germanic

    Gothic - Wulfila's Bible (4th century):
    Atta unsar Þu in himinam,
    weihnai namo Þein,
    quimai Þiudinassus Þeins,
    wairÞai wilja Þeins,
    swe in himina jah ana airÞai.
    hlaif unsarana Þana...
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    AW: Spanish surnames with Germanic Origins

    Try this site http://mujer.terra.es/muj/padres/embarazo/nombres/ . Well it's Spanish, but anyway. This site provides you Spanish first names listed by their origin (alemán, germánico, gótico and so...
  11. Poll! AW: Re: Which sense of belonging is the most important to you?

    You got me. 'Nation' should be replaced by 'state'. Sorry, but my English isn't the best. The idea of a folkish state sounds great. Each ethnicity should have it's own or alternatively: related...
  12. Poll! AW: Which sense of belonging is the most important to you?

    For me the most important is 1. my 'tribe' and 2. my people (all German-speaking and all of German origin incl. Austrian, Swiss, Alsatian etc). Tribe means in my case all inhabitants in north...
  13. Poll! Which Sense of Belonging Is the Most Important to You? (Nation/Language/Tribe)

    Which sense of belonging is the most important to you?
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