I love this, who knows how many myths have their origin in these sunken lands!

Great map of Doggerland, a landmass that is now northern Europe and the North Sea. People once lived here, before sea level rose. From National Geographic.

Common MythConceptions: World's Most Contagious Falsehoods #infographic #Myths #Misconceptions

Common MythConceptions: World's Most Contagious Falsehoods #infographic

52 Of The World's Most Widespread Myths And Misconceptions, Debunked. from Knowledge is Beautiful by David McCandless

The Angles, Jutes and Saxons were groups of people living in what is now Denmark and northern Germany. Starting in 440AD, warriors sailed across and landed on the eastern seaboard of Celtic Britain, in ever increasing numbers. They met stiff resistance, but after two centuries of continuous battling the Anglo-Saxons (as they became known) had established control over most of southern Britain.

The Angles, Jutes and Saxons were groups of people living in what is now Denmark and northern Germany.

Weichsel-Würm-Glaciation - Last glacial period - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Europe during last glacial period: Weichselian glaciation in Scandinavia and Northern Europe. Ice sheets were at their maximum BP. A large part of what is today the North Sea was dry land, Doggerland, connecting Jutland with Britain.

Irlande

The Vikings eventually settled down in the lands they had conquered. By the Vikings had stopped raiding in Ireland and developed instead as traders and settled in the lands around their towns. The Vikings in England largely became farmers and fisherm

52 Of The World's Most Widespread Myths And Misconceptions, Debunked

52 Of The World's Most Widespread Myths And Misconceptions, Debunked

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