Padenkieli

 


Nurmeksen ensimmäiset perunat

 


Karelska jägarkåren

 


"Bataljonen uppsattes 1789 på värvad fot och var då 200 man starkt formerad på 2 kompanier.Kort därefter utökades bataljonen till 400 man formerad på 4 kompanier. År 1802 utökades bataljonen till 600 man, fortfarande formerad på 4 kompanier.Bataljonen var förlagd på den svenska sidan av Karelen eller mer bestämt i östra delen av Kuopio hövdingedöme i socknarna Leibelitz, Taipale och Pielisjärvi i Karelens övre härad samt i socknarna Kesälax, Kides, Tohmajärvi, Pelgjärvi och Ilomantz i Karelens Nedre härad.

1.Livkompaniet eller Tohmajärvi kompani, 150 man 

2.Leibelitz kompani: 150 man

3.Pielis kompani: 150 man

4.Pelgjärvi kompani: 150 man

Bataljonen ingick i Savolaxbrigaden i kriget med Ryssland 1808 - 1809, formerad på 2 fältbataljoner. Återstoden av Kareleska bataljonen upplöstes i Umeå 1809."

Norse mythology - Karelia

  • Ívarr inn víðfaðmi / Ivar Vidfamne (Wide-fathoming) - died in Karelia
    • Ivar's daughter Auðr in djúpúðga (Auðr the Deep-Minded (Ívarsdóttir))
  • Hörð - died with Ivar Vidfamne in Karelia
  • Karelia (Karjálabotnar) - border of Raðbarð's kingdom, Garðaríki
  • Grímr, ruler of Kirjálabotn (Karelia) (Hálfdanar saga Eysteinssonar)
  • Sviði, 2nd ruler of Kirjálabotn in Hálfdanar saga
  • Eric Anundsson / Eirik Eymundson conquered Kirjalaland (Karelia) in Heimskringla, Óláfs saga ins helga
  • in Fagrskinna, jarl Svein made a plundering expedition in Austrríki and also in Kirjálaland 
Fornjót (Old Norse: Fornjótr) is a jötunn in Norse mythology, and the father of Hlér ('sea'), Logi ('fire') and Kári ('wind').
Karelians are Kári's descendants (according to Cristfried Ganander)

Faravid was a legendary King of Kvenland who is mentioned in the Icelandic Egils saga from the early 13th century. According to the saga, Faravid made an alliance with Norwegians to fight against Karelian invaders.

According to Icelandic chronicles, Kvens were raiding in northern Norway in 1271
"Then Karelians (Kereliar) and Kvens (Kvænir) pillaged widely in Hålogaland (Hálogalandi)."

viking age was "karelians' golden age"
"Karelia was something of a late-comer to the Viking world, but it would flourish as perhaps the most influential of the Finnic tribes of north of the Gulf of Finland. The heart-lands of Karelian culture were the regions around Lake Ladoga, especially the western shore and Käkisalmi, which was perhaps the most important Karelian settlement"

According to Mervi Koskela Vasaru's theory the Bjarmians were assimilated into the Karelians, because they disappear from written sources in the 13th century (Koskela Vasaru 2008).

Eurooppalainen sarjakuva-ala

 pää-alueet:

  • Ranska-Belgia
  • Saksa
  • Italia
  • Espanja
tänä vuonna 2021 käynistyi Eudicom Project https://eudicom.eu/
ja keskeisimpänä alustana on IZNEO  https://www.izneo.com/en/

"Paul Gravett continued on the idea that one cannot easily encompass the term “Euro comics” as opposed to the more clear picture of what defines “Manga” or “American comics.” With 28 countries in the EU alone, the continent is bursting with various distinct elements, formats and cultural references that make it difficult to group them together. Paul continued by suggesting that it is certainly a challenge not being able to impose a clearly defined “Euro comics” label on the world. Instead it comes down to individual works finding their audience outside their culture."  https://www.europecomics.com/thing-european-comics/

perusjuoni: "Ryysyistä rikkauksiin"

 



European multilingualism in pop-culture

 "counted 11 languages spoken during the two seasons of Undercover: Many of them were used by habitants of other countries or Belgians with immigrant backgrounds. The interesting part is how the main characters’ linguistic repertoires (= language skills) become visible: all of them speak more than one language. Surprise, surprise, everybody can speak English."


https://www.kielingua.com/post/multilingualism-in-the-series-undercover 

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