23:13 - Clintagram I would say Northern European cultural heritage is similar enought to distinguish it from general world heritage though.
23:12 - Guib Sure, they do share a very ''far' 5533; 39; cultural heritage, but at that point don't we all ? I mean there's a reason why we dissociate and use different terms to describe them.
23:10 - Redn1ght Jaeryd is the only one who knows his shit. ;)
23:10 - Clintagram I would agree, Anglo-Saxons, as well as other germanic tribes of the times like Frisians and Jutes, are not proto- or pre- Vikings. Badasses both, for sure. But not Vikings. They do share a common cultural hertiage though.
23:07 - Guib Yeah but it's nothing ''Proto-Viking s'' lol. Term is just wrong :P In that case why not just call people from Iraq, Mesopotamians even though both cultures have nothing in comon :P
23:05 - Jaeryd I think what Red is trying to say is that the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings are both groups that have their origins in Germanic tribes.
23:01 - Guib Just to clarify the first post: They were christians when Vikings landed. They started converting to christianity in the 6th century AD
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They definitely have a different sound on this one. I think that I might prefer their debut, as it is a little catchier, although they definitely know what they are doing a little more this time around.