Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Copenhagen, Denmark Forecast : Weather Underground

Copenhagen, Denmark Forecast : Weather Underground: "Windchill:37 ?F / 3 ?C
Dew Point:34 ?F / 1 ?C
Wind:4 mph / 6 km/h from the South
Pressure:30.63 in / 1037 hPa
Visibility:6.2 miles / 10.0 kilometers
UV:0 out of 16
Clouds:Mostly Cloudy 2200 ft / 670 m
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METAR EKCH 230320Z 17003KT 9999 BKN022 04/01 Q1037 04510159 54510162 12510169 NOSIG
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November 23, 2005RiseSolar NoonSet
Actual Time7:59 AM CET11:55 AM CET3:51 PM CET
Civil Twilight7:16 AM CET 4:34 PM CET
Nautical Twilight6:30 AM CET 5:20 PM CET
Astronomical Twilight5:46 AM CET 6:04 PM CET
Hour Angle of the Sun59.0?58.9?-58.8?
Mean Anomaly of the Sun319.32?319.48?319.64?
Right Ascension of the Sun-121.05?-120.88?-120.70?
Sun Declination-20.38?-20.41?-20.45?
Moon10:51 PM CET 1:39 PM CET
Length Of Visible Light:9h 17m
Length of Day7h 51m
Tomorrow will be 3m 9s shorter."

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SWEDEN.SE - News Article from AFP: "A Swedish museum is to return a totem pole taken in the 1920s to a Canadian native indian tribe, officials said on Friday.
The nine-meter (30-foot), red cedar wood pole was donated to the Museum of Ethnography in 1929 by Sweden's then vice consul to British Columbia, Olof Hansson, who had it chopped down and shipped to Sweden.
It will leave Sweden by ship in March bound for Kitamaat village, the home of the Haisla Nation tribe, 800 kilometers (500 miles) north of Vancouver, arriving in mid-June, museum director Anders Bjoerklund told AFP."

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

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Saturday, November 12, 2005

BBC - History - Wales and the Vikings 800 - 1000

BBC - History - Wales and the Vikings 800 - 1000
Rhodri won the epithet Mawr largely because of his victory over the Vikings in 856. The Vikings began attacking the coasts of Britain and Ireland in the 780s. Their attacks on rich and defenceless monasteries contributed to the decline in the vitality of the Celtic Church. In Wales, there is little evidence of Viking settlements, although some places, among them Anglesey, Swansea and Fishguard, were given Scandinavian names which were adopted in English. In England, Scotland and Ireland, the Vikings established settlements and kingdoms and, from the 780s until 1100, their kingdoms were a significant factor in the politics of all four countries.

Ancestral faces from Viking-age Anglesey | WalesPast

Ancestral faces from Viking-age Anglesey | WalesPast: "Excavations conducted by the National Museums & Galleries of Wales of the early medieval settlement at Llanbedrgoch (Anglesey) have started to unlock details of life in 9th and 10th-century Wales, and the development of a Viking-age centre with trading links across the Irish Sea.

In 1998-99, an unexpected and puzzling discovery was made on the west side of the settlement. Five human skeletons were found in the upper level of a filled-in ditch immediately outside a defensive wall that surrounded the settlement. Contrary to usual Christian practice, all skeletons were aligned with their heads either to the north or south rather than to the east.

They appear to have been casually buried in shallow graves. Three of the bodies had been buried individually, but there was one double burial in which an adult male (approximately 23-35 years old) had been thrown directly on top of a child (approximate age 10-15 years old). The adult male's arms may have been tied behind his back and he may have suffered a blow to the left eye with a sharp object. Another older adult male (35-45 years old) appears to have been placed face down, turned to left, body slightly twisted, and he may have had his wrists fastened in front of his body. "

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