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  • Victoria McDonnell
    ... I know the Norse are perfectly legit, I meant just the odd combination. It seemed to be a Norse-like group, until I saw the late period ren faire wench and
    Message 1 of 37 , Aug 6, 2003
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      On Tuesday, August 5, 2003, at 04:04 PM, illianacamygwynn wrote:

      > As for Vikings in general, (technically Norsemen not 'Vikings'), they
      > are a legitimate period of study if one takes it seriously. Early
      > period can be much more difficult to authenticate, and therefore,
      > much more of a challenge for me personally. Just attempting to
      > document a name with the Heralds is difficult. You must first prove
      > the syntax of the name, then prove how it was used within the name
      > structure, then show the meaning of the name, time period of usage,
      > don't forget pronunciation, and prove it with very little to go
      > by...It can be difficult. ;) Clothing is even more difficult, as very
      > few pieces of actual materials survived to present day. So yes, the
      > Norse people can be considered a legitimate research area as each
      > little thing a person learns today could open entirely new doors for
      > scholars tomorrow. :)

      I know the Norse are perfectly legit, I meant just the odd combination.
      It seemed to be a Norse-like group, until I saw the late period ren
      faire wench and the belly dancer.

      Victoria McDonnell
      aka Isibél inghean mhic Dhomhnaill
    • Victoria McDonnell
      ... I know the Norse are perfectly legit, I meant just the odd combination. It seemed to be a Norse-like group, until I saw the late period ren faire wench and
      Message 37 of 37 , Aug 6, 2003
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        On Tuesday, August 5, 2003, at 04:04 PM, illianacamygwynn wrote:

        > As for Vikings in general, (technically Norsemen not 'Vikings'), they
        > are a legitimate period of study if one takes it seriously. Early
        > period can be much more difficult to authenticate, and therefore,
        > much more of a challenge for me personally. Just attempting to
        > document a name with the Heralds is difficult. You must first prove
        > the syntax of the name, then prove how it was used within the name
        > structure, then show the meaning of the name, time period of usage,
        > don't forget pronunciation, and prove it with very little to go
        > by...It can be difficult. ;) Clothing is even more difficult, as very
        > few pieces of actual materials survived to present day. So yes, the
        > Norse people can be considered a legitimate research area as each
        > little thing a person learns today could open entirely new doors for
        > scholars tomorrow. :)

        I know the Norse are perfectly legit, I meant just the odd combination.
        It seemed to be a Norse-like group, until I saw the late period ren
        faire wench and the belly dancer.

        Victoria McDonnell
        aka Isibél inghean mhic Dhomhnaill
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