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I had a read of that at home last night - it turned out to be someone called Richard Hamer as translator. It was strange experience, perhaps like looking at your reflection in a mirror with an unusual frame; the picture is there but you are also aware of what surrounds it. I know that its almost a cliché to say that every age will see the past through their own filter but this was certainly one of those examples - heroes and mead-halls and such - and fascinating; looking at a relic that's looking at a relic.

Thanks LS. I'll have to re-tackle some of the rest of them now ;)

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5th August 2008ce

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