THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Tvímánuður

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" The fifth summer is a bit unclear what the name was, either it was, there are now only two more months of summer left or grain cutting month. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Tvímánuður

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" The fifth summer is a bit unclear what the name was, either it was, there are now only two more months of summer left or grain cutting month. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Heyannir

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" The fourth summer month is called haymaking, which is the month of drying and harvesting of hay, in some parts it is also called worm’s month. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Heyannir

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" The fourth summer month is called haymaking, which is the month of drying and harvesting of hay, in some parts it is also called worm’s month. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Sólmánuður

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" The third summer month is called sun month, and it is the brightest time of the year in Scandinavia. It is also in this month the summer solstice is held, it mostly falls on June 21st. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Sólmánuður

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" The third summer month is called sun month, and it is the brightest time of the year in Scandinavia. It is also in this month the summer solstice is held, it mostly falls on June 21st. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Skerpla

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" The second summer month is named Skerpla, and it is a woman’s name, but it is unclear what the origin of the name is, the name Skerpla might refer to growth. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Skerpla

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" The second summer month is named Skerpla, and it is a woman’s name, but it is unclear what the origin of the name is, the name Skerpla might refer to growth. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Harpa

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" ...Harpa is a woman’s name and therefore the month is dedicated to the girls. The name Harpa is still being used in Iceland today. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Harpa

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" ...Harpa is a woman’s name and therefore the month is dedicated to the girls. The name Harpa is still being used in Iceland today. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Einmánuður

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" The six and last winter month is called one month, its the month dedicated to the boys. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Einmánuður

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" The six and last winter month is called one month, its the month dedicated to the boys. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Þorri

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" The fourth winter month is called Thorri and is were the feast Torrablot is held... This month is also the month of the men, and any man could choose a day to be celebrated... "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

"CHRISTMAS YULE TRADITIONS VIKING ORIGINS"

"Yule was a historical religious festival observed by the ancient Germanic peoples. Yule celebration predates Christian holiday and tradition by thousands of years in Scandinavia.

The earliest recorded evidence to Yule is in the Germanic month names Ærra Jéola/Jiuli which is before Yule and Æftera Jéola after Yule..."

Source: inventorybag.com/blogs/normand

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Mörsugur

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" The third winter month is associated with the word fat, probably animal fat. Some call it Bone Marrow Sucking month. This is the month winter solstice is held, and it mostly falls on December 21st ."

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

Skol!

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TUESDAY

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" The God Tyr is associated with the day Tuesday and in the Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, this day is called Tirsdag, so Tuesday is Tyr’s day. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

"CHRISTMAS YULE TRADITIONS VIKING ORIGINS"

"Yule was a historical religious festival observed by the ancient Germanic peoples. Yule celebration predates Christian holiday and tradition by thousands of years in Scandinavia.

The earliest recorded evidence to Yule is in the Germanic month names Ærra Jéola/Jiuli which is before Yule and Æftera Jéola after Yule..."

Source: inventorybag.com/blogs/normand

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