> Great !! LN you found more than I did - I'll go back to Googling
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: llama_nom
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> Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2006 6:56 PM
> Subject: [norse_course] Re: Sheep letter?
> The "sheep letter" contains laws for sheep farmers which were in
> in the Faroe Islands during the middle ages. I'm not sure ifthere's
> an English tanslation anywhere online, but there are images of the(apart
> text as it appears in a 14th century manuscript (the original goes
> back to 1298). That's the link Patricia found:
> Also available here:
> Some information in English:
> I couldn't find an English Wikipedia entry on "sheep letter"
> from the manuscript images), but there is a quite detailed Germanone:
> 'seyðarbræfið' gets lots of hits on Google, so there might be some
> more detailed information out there. It even came up with
> from the norse_course archives.
> Llama Nom
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Fred and Grace Hatton"
> <hatton@> wrote:
> > What is the sheep letter about?? Is it online in the original?
> > Grace
> > Fred and Grace Hatton
> > Hawley Pa