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    Ola Peter Tollefsen

    The Norwegian parliament is a “Ting” (not Thing) called ‘Stor ting’ and the word ‘ting’ is used in many official ways in Norway like a document may be ‘ting lyst’ meaning notarised by a Notary Publicus etc.

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David DeMar

David DeMar

David has a Master of Arts in English Literature from the State University of New York at New Paltz, where he specialized in the Anglo-Saxon period prior to the Norman invasion of 1066. A professional freelance writer and fiction author, he currently lives in the Adirondack State Park with his wife and daughter. David's favorite historical period is 10th century England.

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