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Re: Early English Yearwoods
Posted by: James Yearwood Date: December 03, 2001 at 19:58:35
In Reply to: Re: Early English Yearwoods by John Yearwood of 519

There is also evidence of an Arab connection. In 922 AD Ibn Fadlan embarked on jouney with Buliwyf, a viking chieftan. This story is related in "Eaters of the Dead," by Michael Crichton. Apparently, Ibn Fadlan was a capable scribe and recorded his account of the story. Two sources even for a legend makes for reason to consider this further.


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