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    Re: Coexistence of Saami and Norse culture in myths

    So when that .pdf mentions 'Jotunn' could be alluding to Saami, and goes on to say Skaði could have been thought of as a Saami women, that goes to imply this forum was named after a non-Germanic figure

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