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1875 Emilie and Olaf with Astrid and Ole

1875 Emilie and Olaf with Astrid and Ole

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The language in the second comment notwithstanding, this makes the cousin removed thing so much simpler to understand.

The Black Orloff Diamond. A 68 carat stunner originally owned by Catherine the Great and passed down through the Russian royal family.

heavyarethecrown:the Black Orloff Diamond. A 68 carat stunner originally owned by Catherine the Great and passed down through the Russian royal family. A GOOD pic of Wanda’s wedding necklace!

Halfdan "Hvitbein" Olafsson, King of Uppsala

Halfdan "Hvitbein" Olafsson, King of Uppsala

Archaeologists believe they have found Irish Viking king Olaf Guthfrithsson.

From Olafir Thick-Legged to Ragnar Fur-Pants, Viking nicknames were colorful, descriptive and fascinating

Brilliant & Creative -Charles Schultz -the Creator & what he created -Snoopy ,Charlie & Peanuts series

Brilliant & Creative -Charles Schultz -the Creator & what he created -Snoopy ,Charlie & Peanuts series

Took a 15hr train from Moscow to Latvia and then a bus to Tallin, Estonia. I always felt like it was a miniature Prague.

A medieval neighborhood of cobblestone lanes, gabled houses, Gothic churches and charming squares.

From left to right, Olaf Foster, Marjorie Foster, Bud (William) Foster and Leonard Foster

From left to right, Olaf Foster, Marjorie Foster, Bud (William) Foster and Leonard Foster

Dunvegan Castle home to the clan MacLeod. The Clan MacLeod can trace itself to 1200 and Leod Olafson; MacLeod translated means Family of the Son of Leod. Leod’s father was Olaf the Black, Norse King of the Isle of Man.

Dunvegan Castle home to the clan MacLeod. The Clan MacLeod can trace itself to 1200 and Leod Olafson; MacLeod translated means Family of the Son of Leod. Leod’s father was Olaf the Black, Norse King of the Isle of Man.

Medieval Silkwork: An exhibition dedicated to the memory of Olaf Goubitz "This bird shoe was found in Haarlem, and is dated ca 1300-1350... the bird and flower design, and the lace-like pattern of holes. According to the information card, this type of design was rare in the Netherlands, and it is not known whether this was a shoe for men or women."

Rare bird shoe was found in Haarlem, The Netherlands, dated around Part of an Archeological Museum exhibition dedicated to the memory of Olaf Goubitz, a Dutch archeologist who specialized in medieval leatherwork.

Norwegian American History Association - Genealogy Resources

A private membership organization dedicated to locating, collecting preserving and interpreting the Norwegian-American experience with accuracy, integrity and liveliness.

Olaf II of Norway later known as St. Olaf, was King of Norway from 1015 to 1028. He was posthumously given the title Rex Perpetuus Norvegiae (English: Norway's Eternal king) one year after his death in the Battle of Stiklestad on 29 July 1030. His remains were enshrined in Nidaros Cathedral. Olaf's local canonisation was in 1164 confirmed by Pope Alexander III, making him a universally recognised saint of the Catholic Church. Painting by Peter Nicolai Arbo

Olaf II of Norway later known as St. Olaf, was King of Norway from 1015 to

Norwegian-American Historical Association, preserving and interpreting the Norwegian-American experience, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN.

Norwegian-American Historical Association, preserving and interpreting the Norwegian-American experience, St.

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