Boyars and the Clothes of Giants

I obviously have no means of proving that the clothing fashion you see below had anything to do with the race of giants. At the same time, long sleeves and the general baggy appearance could add to the existing circumstantial evidence collection.


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A boyar or bolyar was a member of the highest rank of the feudal Bulgarian, Russian, Wallachian, Moldavian, and later Romanian, Lithuanian and Baltic German nobility, second only to the ruling princes from the 10th century to the 17th century.
Them sleeves tied behind this boyar's back look utterly ridiculous. Why would anyone design something like this?
  • At the very least, this is a waste of cloth of fabric.
While looking for the images of boyars, ran into this charismatic couple.

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KD: I don't know. Cutting holes in sleeves in order to be able to use your hands... sounds and looks pretty weird. That is in my opinion.
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    Fra Mauro's map says that in this region called Permia there are very tall people. It also points out the departure of the Lombards to Italy from Norway.

    Do you think there is a relationship between Norumbega and Norway? Remember I told you that Ogilby speaks of Lombards in Norumbega and apparently they had a relationship with the Mexicans.

    Fomenko states that Peter "the Great" in his testament points to Mexico as the capital of Sweden along with Stockholm, two capitals.
    Curiously the map of Uppsala appeared who knows how in Sweden as well.
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    Perhaps from this mixture of Nordic and Italic comes what David Ingram said about Norumbega, people who spoke a language similar to Latin and at the same time there are symbols very similar to the Runes. Just a thought.
     
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    Fomenko states that Peter "the Great" in his testament points to Mexico as the capital of Sweden along with Stockholm, two capitals.
    I am not familiar with this, and would love to learn more.

    As far as how the map of Tenochtitlan could end up in Sweden... that’s probably due to Mexico being a member the Roman League.
     

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    I am not familiar with this, and would love to learn more.

    As far as how the map of Tenochtitlan could end up in Sweden... that’s probably due to Mexico being a member the Roman League.
    I showed you here: Welcome to Tenochtitlan as it was in 1520
    Do you think there is a relationship between Norumbega and Norway?
    In Italy Lombards' and Normans' history frequently overlaps, like the history of Normans and Franks. Norman can be seen as the anagram of Roman. The Salians were a "tribe" of Franks and a group of "Roman priests". The Romans attacked Jerusalem like the Normans/Franks during the Crusades. And so on and on...
     

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