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Icelandic

Iceland was settled by group after group of families forced out of Norway as Arcadians.  The first stop over was on the Orkney Islands that was a very strong place of refugee over many centuries for people and groupe of people travelling over the Atlandic to Iceland and later old Greenland.  The ancient story of that place was written down in Iceland as the story of the Orkeney Islanders.  The second wave of Arcadians came from Dublin in Ireland when that Viking fortress was lost to the local Chieftains.  Most Icelandic women bear the DNA of that memory.



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