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Nordic books present here an prior written history study version that I have written about the Baltic Sea, and the Gulf of Finland region including the Neva River and Lake Ladoga. I have it published with Amazon Kindle eBooks.
Here is a short excerpt from the above Nordic book-inkeri land.
Glacial Maximum. Y90K.BC. The mighty glacial
period that occurred approximately 110,000 to
10,000 years ago. The scientist that study
Geology report that around Norway, Sweden,
Finland, and north Europe was covered with a
thick ice sheet, directly above the current
Bothnia Sea the ice layer over land was 2-3 kam
thick at the max, around 90 000 BC. The
glaciers depressed the earth, and the water
eroded it, as the glaciers melted. When the
glaciers melted they released a lot of fresh
water which turned into high inland lake before
it was released out to the oceans. The last
sight of the glaciers is estimated to have been
around 11000 -10000 BC. Some of the antiquity
finds in Finland are pieces of pottery, flint;
quarts chips at old camp sites are estimated to
be 6000 – 8000 old, and other cave paintings
that are estimated to be from around 10 000 BC…..
During the Stone Age when humans ventured along
the shores of the Bothnia Ice Lake around
10000BC, it was most likely during the spring
or a summer season. Travelling on water by
boat or canoes for easy travel and
transportation of the animal furs and the meat
they caught. Like many other human endeavors
searching for food and clothing materials: they
went out hunting, fishing, foraging and
trapping into the Nordic/Arctic region. How
far and how long time their endeavors lasted
per trip is unknown, within a small community,
there was no need to be gone for a long time.
Food supplies and clothing materials for a
small group could have been serviced within a
During the Bronze Age (4000-3000 BC), the world population rose from 7Million to 14Million and grew further to 30 Million during the 3000 to 2000 BC. On the centre stages of the world civilization at the time, e.g. Iraq and Egypt the rise of intellectual writings/knowledge and physical architecture often was a source of friction on a political stage. Many rising rulers sought after for more resources and power. Along came leaders with mega enthusiasm and ambitious plans for bigger and better architecture, imperialism, organized absolutism and internal revolution. The 120+ discovered pyramids, built in Egypt between 3000 BC 1000BC were mostly built and used as tombs for the nation’s Pharaohs and their consorts during the Old and Middle Kingdom periods. Grand plans require enormous effort and sacrifice from the labor sources that produce them. The nomadic tribes that ventured into the Nordic region at the same time were free and naturally interacting with the surrounding environment….
It required a strong spirit, alert and observing the surroundings environment, efficient hunters and many food preparation skills. They needed to find food to eat, cook food and store the food items, both cooked and raw ingredients. They much depended on their fishing skills, hunting skills, spirit, physical strength, nutrition, health and stamina. Their purpose in life was not to build pyramids in the heat of Egypt, but to travel and to boat along the unknown wilderness of their Nordic region. At the same time as the Biblical Abraham was a lad, and learning to run like boys do, there were young children running around also along the banks of the Ice Lake. The Baltic Finns had a call of the wild in their blood, and the excitement of adventure, to go out and explore the wild North of the Nordic region. There were many real dangers lurking in the dark of the backwoods of the Nordic region. – INKERI-Land (Kindle Locations 408-415).
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