Anglo-Scandinavian Golden Age
Only golden bract with something like a warrior from Aars N. Jutland. But note the long right leg
We find their world order and myths on long golden horns and on nearly thousand golden medallions and golden bracts. In Roman sources their nobility was called Heruli. On rune stones they wrote EK ERILAR. Early Anglo-Saxon laws tell about their nobility and sense of law. They were early Vikings and all our ancestors
This is an electronic book about the Anglo-Scandinavians and Erils. I by principle use the name Eril since the name Heruli was given by the Romans that also called them barbarians. They served the Roman Empire and did the dirty work. They do not deserve any invective. An old proverb for judges tells that enemies should not be witnesses. Still I use the Roman barbarian sources but weigh their words on gold scale.
Signatureswww.catshaman.com\in\signature.htm links to the essentials files about prehistoric times from the double axe of fourth millennium almost to our ceremony masters at solemn occasions
These are the files starting with the first contacts we know of:The Romans meet the Erils
The victor usually writes the history and we have got only the Roman version. The Celtic world knew about Greeks and Romans long before the other way around. Here another view from the northern Celtic viewpoint. My ancestors were not barbarians!
Civilised circus, Elbe, Teutoburgerwald wolves, bears, Nero, Germans, Vergilius, Aeneid, Romulus, Remo, Tiberius, Saxony, peace altar Ara Pacis, German hero Arminius, Hoby family, Iliad, Irminsul, Mars Thingsus, Mercurius Cimbri, Mercurius Rex, HeruliTacitus about society in Germania … Traditionally Tacitus and Jordanes are used as sources. Here I pick the relevant facts Tacitus and Jordanes overrated sources
Erils as Heruli | Erils as legionaires, traders and nobility, neck-rings or necklaces, maiden Freya, Heruli, Ek Erilar, Mithra, Hekate, Celts and Erils, twins or fellows, trophy of victory, Beowulf, Jupiter, Odoacar, Teoderic Early rune texts | Rune text, Heruli, Eruli, Eril, farman, goldsmith, ornum, oldemor, give eye, ceorl, huskarl, bread guest, sal guest, skin merchant, gastir, hall, love magic, thane, Illerup, salus alu, Laur, ChiRo, Mithraism, Thor, Tyr, Mithras, Wodan, Lugh, Frey, Remus, Romulus Origin of runes | Runes, early alphabet, phonetic alphabet, syllable alphabet, Kylverstone, futhark, Venetico-alphabet, rune magic, fortune-teller, sibyl, oracle, augur, giant, World Tree, Yggdrasil, Audhumbla Roman emperors | Roman emperors 253 - 578 AD
Golden Age of Erils | Celtic culture, runes, Erils, Heruli, farmen, gifts for a fiancée, Ptolemaios' map, Danes, cuneiform brooch, freemen were druid, king, earl, ceorl, huskarl, ornum or birke Golden horns from Gallehus | Gallehus, golden horn, drinking-horn, hospitalitas, foedorati, Jutes' horn, the Stag, Horn Dance, Otherworld, Bear Maiden, Angles' horn, thula, thegn, binding the Fenriswolf,
Anglo-Saxons | Anglo-Saxons, Gute Saga, Horsa and Hengest, Attila, Odoacar, Theoderic, Cassiodorus, Venerable Bede, cruciform brooch, Danelaw, theoden, earl, thegn, thane, freeman, merchant, slave, Celtic clientship, Kent, Mercia, Erils Anglo-Saxon ideas | Scandinavian ancestors, Cesar, Barbarians, Celts, place names, by-law, witan, the Vi, World Pole, Irminsul, harg, heorg, Holy Oak, Celtic Trinity, Danelaw, Isle of Man, Olof the Holy, house guest, Edda gods, Oxen, multi-culture, Tyr, Loke, Odin, Thor, Frey
Golden necklaces and neck-rings | Golden neck-ring, Queen Boudica, Shield Maiden, golden medallion, golden necklace, gorget, lunula, Brisingamen, peasants' culture, noble hov, hall, hus, husby, blot, gille, Morten Goose
The Trinity | Trinity, Great Migration, ritual society, European Celts, equality and federation, terminology of Edda, triglav stonehead, Trihead, rune staff, three terminuses, hov, Three Stone Hov, Adam of Bremen Heruli the history 270 - 570 AD
Heruli, Eruli, Mercurius Rex, Swebian league, Swebian knot, Severus, Ammianus Marcellinus, Erilar, palace guard, Batavi, Notitia dignitatum, Attila, Odoacar, Theorderic I, Emperor Leo, Dane, Anastacius, Duke Fara, Arian Wulfila's Bible, Silver Bible, Philimuth, Narses, Langobards, Justinian, Battle of TaginaeWidsith | Anglo-Saxon poem written maybe in 7th century about the people around the Baltic Seas
Gold medallions | Golden medallions, golden bracts, Roman medallion, Eril gold, almandines, green enamel, labarum, entwined strings, filigree and granulate, Olbia, Slettner, knigthhood, lady Gold medals | Constantine I, Constans, Constantius II, Medallion, gold medal, two-sided medal, one-sided golden bract, solidus, aureus, Valentinian I, light cavalry, World Tree, Serpent Pit, Manus Dei, Sun-Eagle, Sun-King, Nordic World Order, Celtic flying hair A-bract | Constantine I, Constans I, Constans II, Constantine II, Valentinian I, Valens, pairhood, jarl, earl, Heruli, Ammianus Marcellinus, Herulian cavalry, taler, thegn
Leader medallion | Leader medallion, Eagle, Jupiter, Iovi, augustus, caesar, emperor, Roman symbolism, Celtic society, head medallion, leadership, graveyard, Lilla Jored, Manus Dei, lituus, Roman augur, Celtic hairstyle, Nordic hairstyle, pairhood, jarl, earl Laukar | Laukar, Laur, Swedish Government, brainstorming, synthetcial analysis, theory of relativity, barbarian, Faculty of Religion, preconceived ideas, weekday names, the Stag, the Raven, culture carriers, Serpent Pit, Underworld, Isis
The Flying Horse | Flying horse, Pegasus, Sun Horse, Jordanes, Cassiodorus, Procopius, Ammianus Marcellinus, light cavalry, Parthians, Eagle Helmet, Parthian helmet, Vimose Fyn Wild ride | Wild Ride, otherworld, virtual reality, Christian tongue, St George, Dragon, Tyr Fenriswolf, Ulvhedin, Berserk, swastika, hunting game, Constantine I, Mithras, Bullfighter, Remus, Romulus, Chi Ro, Graal, myth of Tyr, magician, high seat, sound of cat feet, woman's beard, sinews of the bear, roots of the mountain, fish's breath and spit of the bird Icons | Icon, bullhorns, Oxen, Pegasus, Hare, New Moon Mare, Hekate, Freya, Mother Earth, Frigga, Kim, Frau, Archer Symbols | The Pearl, Welsh corn, triumphal, crossed circle, time cross, three-part, swastika, bullhorns, tropheum, Manus Dei Tombstones 400 - 600 AD Gotland 1 | Picture stone. symbol stone, Gotland, Havor, the Pearl, fighting stallions, Kivik, running spiral, Thera, farman, Lochlin Tombstones Gotland 2 | Tombstone, farman, trader, running spiral, Sunhorse, YIN YANG, Ferryman, Lady with Snake, russ, centaur, battle mate, play mate, companion, funeral mate Gosforth Cross |Gunnar in Snake Pit, fettered Loke, Sigyn, season snakes, Thor, Midgaards Snake
World Order in Gold | Gerete, gold bract, long Celtic hair, Swebian knot, mask, Mithras, Sun Rider, Sun-horse Pegasus, World Order, leader cult
The Tyr bract | Tyr bract, Thor, Tyr, Aegir's Feast, Midgaard's Snake, Edda, Snore Sturluson Gylfaginning, golden bract, Loke, Midgaard, Hel, Fenris Wulf, thane, thegn, Temple Knigth, marskalk,
Balder myth in gold | Balder myth, Poetic Edda, Valaspa, Hauner, Laur, Laukar, Chaos Mights, well cult, Yggdrasil, Tree of Life, Achilles's theme, Balder's fire, Misteltoe customs, Loke, Holly Oak, swastika,
Balder myth background | Balder motif, Valaspa, Mimer Well, Laukeberg, Idun's apples, rock-carvings, mourning mother, Loke, mistletoe, druid, Roman augur, Etruscan augur, Tree of Life, the Holly Oak, Thor, Inanna myth, Isis myth,
Finds tell us | Agriculture, culture, feudalism, kingdom, cattle-people, cattle-breeders, Norse law, ceorl, cannibal, golden neck-ring, necklace, Vittene, grave finds, women graves, war-trophies, Parthian style, mask, cavalry grave, horsemen, golden hoards, Tureholm, Timboholm, craftsmen, Roman wine service, blot, oppida, season of herring, Unicorn, Frisian Brothers. Were they Christian? | Christianity, heresy, Christian Heritage, Constantine the Great, labarum, tabula, mensa, Trinity, Arian, Erils, Heruli, Angels, Jutes, Tri-head Thurs, Catholic Trinity, Old Celtic Trinity, Orientius, cruciform fibula, Berserk, Wolf-guise, Snake Pit, Where they Christian 2 | Denar, aureus, solidus, Victoria, Saints in Scandinavia, St Augustine, Mary of the Gael, St Brigid, Pope Gregory I, animal ornaments of Viking Age
The Vi was forbidden by law when Christianity got the monopoly of keeping track of time. That was the end of maybe more than 5000 years tradition and custom with the local Vi as sanctified place for law, order and time keeping. There is no magic in the Vi.
Dolmen, Balder myth, vi, harg, hult, lund, heathen monument, Sparlausa, Oklunda, Malt, vising, Christianity, Sigurd,Feudal ideas | Feudal World Order, Rauk Stone, Sparlausa Stone
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