Erlingr


Erlingr
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Эрлинг (мужское имя)

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • Kingigtorssuaq Runestone — Runefacts|name=Kingigtorssuaq Runestone rundataid=GR 1 M country=Greenland region=West Greenland city=Nuuk produced=Middle Ages artist=Unknown text native=Erlingr Sighvats sonr ok Bjarni Þórðar sonr ok Eindriði Odds sonr laugardagin fyrir gagndag …   Wikipedia


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