Swedes Borrowed from Armenians

Traces of Armenian influence are seen in a number of Swedish literary works and research documents, especially in the middle Ages. Historians believe Swedes borrowed the art of needlework from the Armenians along with some musical tunes during that era. According to 10th century Swedish legend, a navigator by the name of Petrus was so enchanted by the beauty of an Armenian princess that he traveled to Armenia and married her.

Traces of Armenian influence are seen in a number of Swedish literary works and research documents, especially in the middle Ages. Historians believe Swedes borrowed the art of needlework from the Armenians along with some musical tunes during that era. According to 10th century Swedish legend, a navigator by the name of Petrus was so enchanted by the beauty of an Armenian princess that he traveled to Armenia and married her.

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