Shillings, gods and runes: clues in language suggest a Semitic superpower in ancient northern Europe

Great article on the etymological origins of our everyday words.

“The presence of the Carthaginians on the Iberian Peninsula is well documented, and it is commonly assumed they had commercial relations with the British Isles. But it is not generally believed they had a permanent physical presence in northern Europe.”

Read the article here: Shillings, gods and runes: clues in language suggest a Semitic superpower in ancient northern Europe

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