[Sca-cooks] German Translation Help Requested

Elise Fleming alysk at ix.netcom.com
Tue Oct 28 13:07:47 PDT 2008

Thanks for the information thus far.  Thorhalla sent the following
clarification.  Does it change anyone's opinion?

>The term Erbsekeimblatt comes from Birka I, part of the archaelogical
>on the finds at the Birka burial site in Sweden. It comes from the
>of the bread loaves that were found in a woman's grave.
>Birka I was written by a Swedish archaeological, Holger Arbman. Although 
>Professor Arbman is Swedish, most of the archaelogical reports from 
>Scandinavian finds are written in German, so I assume he is very familiar 
>with the language.

Alys K.

Elise Fleming
alysk at ix.netcom.com

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