The Silver Cups From Hoby
The silver cups from Hoby weighs approx. 1 kg. Images from the Iliad is depicted on both cups
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The Benedictine monk Ansgar introduced Christianity to Denmark. Learn about Danish Benedictine monks and the monastery in Voer or Sorø
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Blågårds Plads is an area in Copenhagen and was built in order to give the people of Copenhagen a green sanctuary.
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Emancipation of the peasantry (bondefrihed)
The emancipation of the peasantry allowed the peasants to decide where they wanted to live and work.
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Queen Bengerd was born in Portugal, daughter of the Portugese King Sancho I. She was married to King Valdemar Sejr.
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Caroline Mathilde, Queen
Caroline Mathilde was married to King Christian VII and was Queen of Denmark from 1766 to 1772
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Teaching children the value of money and thrift by giving them a money box can be traced back to the ancient Greeks and Romans
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Hedeby was, due to its central position, an important trade town in Scandinavia during the Viking Age
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The word "bankruptcy" refers to an economic collapse.
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