The word "God" was found embroidered on funerary garments from the Viking era (EP1)

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Textile remnants of silk yarns and silver finder in Sweden

Scientists in Sweden found in graveyards dating back to the Viking era on funerary garments embroidered with text containing Arabic letters that raised new questions about the influence of Islam in Scandinavia in ancient times.
The Vikings are the warrior marine people who have terrified northern European kingdoms for over four decades.
The fabric, which is made of silk and silver threads, contains Arabic embroidery for the words "Allah" and "Ali".
In a first study of the discovery, found in tombs dating back to the ninth and tenth centuries, the scientists ruled out the idea that funerary garments should be an example of the Viking era designs, thus keeping the discovery for more than 100 years.
Recent studies of the clothing, however, have highlighted new visions of a link between Vikings and Muslims.

Anika Larisson, an anthropologist at the University of Uppsala, found her findings by re-examining the remains of funerary garments of a man and woman found during excavations in the Berka and Gamla Opsala regions of Sweden during the late 19th and mid-20th centuries.
Larisson says the small engineering designs, just 1.5 centimeters high, do not resemble anything they have found in the Scandinavian region.
"I could not tell the meaning when I saw her, and then I remembered that I had seen similar designs found in Spain and Morocco."

Magnification highlights the word "God" in the form of reflective text

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