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Tuesday Althing: You might be a viking if . . .

. . . you’re Irish!

Vikings began settling Ireland in about AD 795, shortly after first raiding there. And I’m not talking about some backwater locale. Try Dublin. And Waterford. And Cork.

But don’t take my word for it. Here’s links, if you’re interested:

Rootsweb.ancestry
Wikipedia

If you’re more interested in getting into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, then dig this rendition of Wild Rover, by Dropkick Murphys:

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I probably won’t do a Thor’s Day post this week, so thanks for stopping by — see ya next Tuesday!

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