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There are legendary accounts of Swedish kings well into prehistory and they are mentioned by Tacitus in his Germania but St Olof Skötkonung 995–1022 was the first ruler documented to have been accepted by both the Swedes around Lake Mälaren and by the Geats around Lake Vättern

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  • Glacial history of northern Sweden  Helena Alexanderson

    Glacial history of northern Sweden Helena Alexanderson

    Northern Sweden is a key area for reconstructing Late Quaternary environmental changes and the history of the Fennoscandian ice sheet Many interstadial sites are found here but most are poorly dated

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  • Norrland  region Sweden

    Norrland region Sweden

    Gästrikland landskap province eastern Sweden It lies along the Gulf of Bothnia in the administrative län county of Gävleborg It is one of the smaller traditional provinces of Sweden Bounded on the south by the province of Uppland on the north by that of Hälsingland and on the west by

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  • Museum of Women’s History in Northern Sweden

    Museum of Women’s History in Northern Sweden

    Jul 31 2019 · Museum of Women’s History in Northern Sweden is the first of its kind in the world it aims to raise issues of sex power and identity Different ‘animals’ discuss examples from history alongside comments from Facebook and across the internet

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  • History of Sweden Research Papers on the Scandinavian

    History of Sweden Research Papers on the Scandinavian

    History of Sweden Sweden is a Scandinavian nation in Northern Europe located between Norway and Finland Its history dates back to the Viking Era as Swedes were one of three groups along with Danes and Norwegians to raid across Europe

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  • New Sweden  Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia

    New Sweden Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia

    As small and shortlived as it proved to be New Sweden had important effects that persisted long after its conquest by Dutch forces in 1655 It was the first lasting European settlement in the Delaware Valley and transformed relationships between native peoples and Europeans

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  • The Viking Age in Sweden  Swedish Freak

    The Viking Age in Sweden Swedish Freak

    The State Builders The names “Rus” and “Russia” as well as the Finnish word for Sweden and Swedish “Ruotsi” have the same origin The part of Sweden closest to Finland isthe Roslagen archipelago way back known as Roden pronounced “rouden” In the Iron Age Swedish travelers across the Baltic Sea would have said they were coming from Roden

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  • 73 Interesting Facts about Sweden

    73 Interesting Facts about Sweden

    The foulsmelling iconic Swedish dish surströmming is thought to have begun off of the northern coast of Sweden Translated as “fermented Baltic herring” it is thought to have begun in the 16th century on Ulvon when and where salt was very expensive so the fish was allowed to ferment instead

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  • Sweden  Kids

    Sweden Kids

    GEOGRAPHY Sweden is in the geographical region known as Scandinavia in northern Europe Lush large forests cover half of the country and over 100000 lakes dot the landscape The lakes and over

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  • Swedish Cuisine

    Swedish Cuisine

    Swedish Cuisine As northern Sweden is far colder the cuisine there has been different to the southern evolved cuisine Reindeer meat and other types of semigame meat may be more ubiquitous in the dietary intake of northern regions while a higher vegetable dietary intake is generally more common in the southern regions The coast line

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  • Sweden  Economy

    Sweden Economy

    The growing season in Sweden ranges from about 240 days in the south to 120 days in the north Less than onetenth of Sweden’s land area is under cultivation Most arable land is found in southern Sweden but there are arable parcels up to the Arctic Circle Wheat barley sugar beets oilseeds potatoes and staple vegetables dominate in the south while in the north hay and potatoes are the main crops

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  • Sweden  Northern Lights

    Sweden Northern Lights

    Sweden Northern Lights Kiruna and Luleå where the Northern Lights may be seen from are the last two habitats of human civilization in northern Sweden For the best chance of viewing the Northern Lights it is recommended to visit the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko National Park located about 100 km west of

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  • Sami  People History  Lifestyle  Britannica

    Sami People History Lifestyle Britannica

    Nov 14 2019 · The Sami are the descendants of nomadic peoples who had inhabited northern Scandinavia for thousands of years When the Finns entered Finland beginning about ad 100 Sami settlements were probably dispersed over the whole of that country today they are confined to its northern extremity In Sweden and Norway they have similarly been pushed north

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  • Sweden  Climate  Britannica

    Sweden Climate Britannica

    Sweden has been in the vanguard of countries seeking to preserve the natural environment It was the first European country to establish a national park Sarek National Park was established in 1909 thereby preserving part of Europe’s last wilderness

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  • Holidays to Swedish Lapland and the northern lights

    Holidays to Swedish Lapland and the northern lights

    Swedish Lapland is the land of eight seasons the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun The Northern Lights and Midnight sun The Aurora Sky Station in the Abisko National Park is purposebuilt for viewing the greatest light show on Earth – the Northern Lights

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  • History of Sweden – more than Vikings  Official site of

    History of Sweden – more than Vikings Official site of

    Jun 21 2016 · From 8000 BC to 6000 BC Sweden as a whole became populated by people who lived by hunting gathering and fishing and who used simple stone tools Dwelling places and graves dating from the Stone Age lasting until about 1800 BC are found today in increasing numbers

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  • Sweden  History Geography Facts  Points of Interest

    Sweden History Geography Facts Points of Interest

    Sweden country located on the Scandinavian Peninsula in northern Europe The name Sweden was derived from the Svear or Suiones a people mentioned as early as 98 ce by the Roman author Tacitus The country’s ancient name was Svithiod Stockholm has been the permanent capital since 1523

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  • Northern and southern Swedes are genetically different

    Northern and southern Swedes are genetically different

    Feb 11 2011 · Northern and southern Swedes are genetically different Swedes also have genetically more in common with Germans and British than with Finns The study performed jointly at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden and University of Helsinki has been published in PLoS One

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  • Sweden History and Geographic Facts  ThoughtCo

    Sweden History and Geographic Facts ThoughtCo

    Sweden is a country located in Northern Europe on the Scandinavian Peninsula It is bordered by Norway to the west and Finland to the east and it is along the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia It is bordered by Norway to the west and Finland to the east and it

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  • Northern Sweden and Swedish Lapland  Visit Sweden

    Northern Sweden and Swedish Lapland Visit Sweden

    Northern Sweden and Swedish Lapland are unique There is nowhere else in the world where you can visit the ICEHOTEL and Treehotel Or sit around the campfire with a Sami guide sharing stories of the day’s dog sledding adventure

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  • Military history of Sweden  Wikipedia

    Military history of Sweden Wikipedia

    During the prehistoric times modern Sweden was divided into provinces and in the Svea and Göta kingdoms There is said that wars were fought between Svear and Götar and that the former were victors

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  • Sámi people  Wikipedia

    Sámi people Wikipedia

    The Sámi people also spelled Sami or Saami are an indigenous FinnoUgric people inhabiting Sápmi which today encompasses large northern parts of Norway and Sweden northern parts of Finland and the Kola Peninsula within the Murmansk Oblast of Russia

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  • History of Sweden  Wikipedia

    History of Sweden Wikipedia

    History of Sweden During the early Middle Ages the Swedish state also expanded to control Norrland and Finland Modern Sweden started out of the Kalmar Union formed in 1397 and by the unification of the country by King Gustav Vasa in the 16th century Vasa fought for an independent Sweden and broke with the papacy

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  • Northern Sweden and Swedish Lapland  Visit Sweden

    Northern Sweden and Swedish Lapland Visit Sweden

    Northern Sweden There is nowhere else in the world where you can visit the ICEHOTEL and Treehotel Or sit around the campfire with a Sami guide sharing stories of the day’s dog sledding adventure

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  • Glacial history of northern Sweden  Helena Alexanderson

    Glacial history of northern Sweden Helena Alexanderson

    Northern Sweden is a key area for reconstructing Late Quaternary environmental changes and the history of the Fennoscandian ice sheet Many interstadial sites are found here but most are poorly dated

    Click to view
  • Museum of Women’s History in Northern Sweden

    Museum of Women’s History in Northern Sweden

    Jul 31 2019 · Museum of Women’s History in Northern Sweden is the first of its kind in the world it aims to raise issues of sex power and identity Different ‘animals’ discuss examples from history alongside comments from Facebook and across the internet

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  • History of Sweden Research Papers on the Scandinavian

    History of Sweden Research Papers on the Scandinavian

    History of Sweden Sweden is a Scandinavian nation in Northern Europe located between Norway and Finland Its history dates back to the Viking Era as Swedes were one of three groups along with Danes and Norwegians to raid across Europe

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  • History of Sweden  Lonely Planet Travel Information

    History of Sweden Lonely Planet Travel Information

    Swedens human history began around 10 000 years ago at the end of the last ice age once the Scandinavian ice sheet had melted Tribes from central Europe migrated into the south of Sweden and ancestors of the Sami people hunted reindeer from Siberia into the northern regions

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  • Swedish Genetics  DNA of the people of Sweden

    Swedish Genetics DNA of the people of Sweden

    Those in the south of Sweden are closely related to people in northern Germany who descend to a large extent from Neolithicera farmers who arrived in Europe from the Middle East after some tribes already had settled in Europe while those in central Sweden have a higher quantity of indigenous Scandinavian ancestry stemming from huntergatherers and many of those in northern Sweden are closely related

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  • A History of Sweden  An Encyclopedia of World History

    A History of Sweden An Encyclopedia of World History

    SWEDEN IN THE 17th CENTURY SWEDEN AS A GREAT POWER In 16111613 Sweden and Denmark fought another war Meanwhile Charles IX died in 1661 and was replaced by a regent In 1613 Gustavus II Adolphus became king of Sweden He was known as the lion of the north Although the war with Denmark ended in 1613 Sweden was also at war with Russia and Poland

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