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10th Century Irish Viking king's skeleton

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A skeleton discovered on an archaeological dig in East Lothian may be a 10th Century Irish Viking who was king of Dublin and Northumbria.

King Olaf Guthfrithsson led raids on Auldhame and nearby Tyninghame shortly before his death in 941.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...t-fife-27633853

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To pay homage to Olaf, you had to suck his nipples! Them was the days.

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Posted (edited)

fascinating, could well be.

http://books.google.... buried&f=false

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And he didn't rise from the grave to wreak decapitation vengeance on the living? Damn spell books...

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