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Friday, 17 June 2011

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Jeg skreiv en e-post til Kjell Inge Røkke, siden hu Isa driver og tuller så fælt med han




Gmail - Til Kjell Inge Røkke/Fwd: Til Røkke/Fwd: Råd om å grave opp vikingskip i England/Fwd: Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av et antagelig norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apol










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Til Kjell Inge Røkke/Fwd: Til Røkke/Fwd: Råd om å grave opp vikingskip i England/Fwd: Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av et antagelig norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apol











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 3:44 PM




To:
atle.kigen@akerasa.com






Hei,

jeg skriver igjen, for jeg har plukket opp, på et tracking-cookie-program, på bloggen min, at min stekusine Isa, driver å tuller med deg.

(Se vedlagt kopi av skjermbilde).


Det er ikke noe å bry seg om.

Hvis hu begynner å tulle, og viser fitta, som hu noen ganger pleier å gjøre.

Så bare hils hu det, at jeg skal gi henne juling på rompa, hvis hu ikke slutter.


Faren hennes er død, og mora har psykisk diagnose, har min søster Pia Ribsskog sagt, så jeg er som en far for Isa nesten da, og ordner opp.

Så du får bare unnskylde problemjenta og hilse fra meg.


Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 11:28 AM
Subject: Til Røkke/Fwd: Råd om å grave opp vikingskip i England/Fwd: Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av et antagelig norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Am

To: atle.kigen@akerasa.com


Hei,

jeg har anmeldt faren min, Arne Mogan Olsen, for omsorgssvikt, så jeg har ikke noe kontakt med han lengre.



Men han sender e-poster likevel, som jeg leser, men ikke svarer på, for da sier han at jeg må på sinnsykehus som min mor, Karen Ribsskog.


Jeg ser du er interessert i norsk kultur, som langrenn.

Er du interessert i å hjelpe å grave opp et norsk vikingskip, (evt. norrønt skip), som er klinkebygget, på ihvertfall 30 fot vel, som jeg har funnet, (ved hjelp av å spørre noen lokale), under parkeringsplassen, til en pub, i England, på the Wirral, i Meols.


Puben heter Railway Inn.

Jeg har sendt om dette til Vikingskipmuseet, og mange andre, men ingen er interessert.

Jeg synes det er for ille, at jeg må sende det til Danmark.


Britene tror skipet vil råtne, hvis man graver det opp, så norsk ekspertise må til, for å forklare hvordan skipet bør bevares.

Jeg tenkte at det beste hadde vært å bygd et museum på Meols, hvor det finnes masse andre norske vikingeting, som steiner med norrøne mønster fra vikingtiden, og en kirke som heter St. Olave's church, etter Olav den hellige, i Chester osv., navngitt av norske vikinger da overveiende sannsynligvis.


Og kanskje også noen feriereiser, for nordmenn/skandinaver, noen viking-reiser, for å se vikingskip og vikingsteiner og steder med vikingnavn, som Thorstenston, osv.

For det er litt for ille å måtte sende dette til danskene, synes jeg.


Et prosjekt, med svenske eksperter, blant annet, har rådet britene til å la skipet ligge.

Men de svenske vikingene dro jo til Russland osv., så jeg synes det blir litt dumt, at svensker skal gi råd om norske vikinger i England.


Håper på positivt svar angående støtte til å grave opp viking/norrønt-skip, (klinkebygget), og muligens vikingmuseum osv., i England.

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.


Her kan man se at min far, (som jeg tar til retten for omsorgssvikt, men likevel), Arne Mogan Olsen, foreslo dette:

familie



Arne Mogan Olsen <arnemogan@gmail.com>
5 December 2010 17:57

hvorfor kan du ikke ha en normal kontakt med meg,så skal du få en mengde familieopplysninger av meg. jeg har blandt annet slekta til ågot

skrevet ned tilbake til begynelsen av 1700 tallet. den gangen jeg var gift med karen leste jeg en slektsbok om om familien til ingeborg


der det også omhandler jernverket. karen og jeg kjørte forbi der i 60 åra en gang. de lagde blant annet kanoner der. kan du ikke sende meg en epost

slik at du kan spørre meg om familie istedet for å ringe idar i bergstø. det er bedre enn å være avisene til familien. jeg kan også hjelpe deg med


dette vikingskipet ved å kontakte musset på bygdøy. det skulle ikke forundre meg om ikke røkke eller en annen riking kan sponse.


med ærbødigst hilsen din far arne mogan olsen



---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2011/1/3
Subject: Fwd: Råd om å grave opp vikingskip i England/Fwd: Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av et antagelig norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,

To: roskildemuseum@roskilde.dk


Hei,

hvordan er det i Danmark, har dere noen mulighet til å gi meg råd om dette?


Hverken Kulturhistorisk Museum, Norsk Sjøfartsmuseum, eller andre, har muligheten.



Jeg er kvart dansk, etter min mormor Ingeborg Ribsskog f. Heegaard, som var etter Løvenbalk, (og dermed også etter f.eks. Gange-Rolf og Odin), etter sin mormor Mary Eva Carla Fog.

På forhånd takk for eventuell hjelp!


Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Atle Thowsen <Atle.Thowsen@bsj.uib.no>

Date: 2011/1/3
Subject: RE: Råd om å grave opp vikingskip i England/Fwd: Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av et antagelig norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now

To: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>, "bergens.sjofartsmuseum@bsj.uib.no" <bergens.sjofartsmuseum@bsj.uib.no>





We here at the Bergen Maritime Museum have neither the
resources nor the competence to assist you in this matter.


Med vennlig hilsen
Stiftelsen Bergens Sjøfartsmuseum
Atle
Thowsen
direktør
mobil: 9511 8556
telefon: 55 54 96 00
hjemmeside:
www.bsj.uib.no







From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2011 9:30 PM
To:
bergens.sjofartsmuseum@bsj.uib.no
Subject: Råd om å grave opp
vikingskip i England/Fwd: Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av et antagelig
norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd: Anmeldelse av
trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now



Hei,


har dere noe råd om å grave opp vikingskip, i England, i Bergen, for jeg
fikk råd om at jeg kunne høre med diverse sjøfartsmuseer osv., om det her, på
internett.


Jeg fant et vikingskip, som er klinkebygget, og er et langskip, under
parkeringsplassen, til en pub, på the Wirral.



Da en lokal 'innfødt' tipset meg om dette skipet.



Jeg lovet de som jobbet på puben, at jeg skulle prøve å ta opp det her, på
min blogg osv., i Norge.



Tar gjerne imot tips om konserveringen av skipet, for britene tror at
skipet vil råtne straks det blir gravd opp, og noen svensker har rådet de til å
la skipet bli under leira.



Så det trengs noen norske rådgivere, siden dette nok er snakk om et norsk
vikingeskip, siden det er i den delen av the Wirral hvor den norsk-irske
vikinghøvdingen Ingemund, dro til, etter å ha blitt jaget av irene fra Dublin
osv.



På forhånd takk for eventuell hjelp!


Mvh.


Erik Ribsskog




---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date:
Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 11:33 AM
Subject: Råd i forbindelse med utgravingen av
et antagelig norsk vikingskip, (langskip), på the Wirral, i England/Fwd:
Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with
Amazon link, now resolved
To: kundeservice@niku.no



Hei,



jeg har startet arbeidet med å prøve å få hjelp til å grave opp et
vikingskip, som jeg har blitt gjort oppmerksom på, her i England.


Jeg gikk for å se på vikinghavnen i Meols, og da sa en brite, som jogga
forbi, at under puben the Railway Inn, så lå det et viking langskip.



The Wirral var et gammelt, norsk vikingland, (omtrent som Isle of Man), så
dette er nok snakk om norske vikinger.


Skipet er klinkebygget, fant man ut, da man tilfeldigvis fant
skipet.


Det ligger under leire, og er godt bevart.


Skipet er vel unikt i Storbritannia, hvor man ikke har
vikingskipmuseum, såvidt meg bekjent.



Engelske forskere, som en professor, ved National Museums Liverpool, som
holdt foredrag på en vikingkonferanse, som jeg var på, i Chester, for noen uker
sider, sier at skipet vil råtne, med en gang det blir gravet opp.


Stemmer dette, lurer jeg.


Det finnes jo vikingskip i museer i Norge og i andre land i Norden, så
det høres rart ut, å si at skipet bare vil råtne, synes jeg.


Hvordan løses dette i Norge?


Hva bruker man på treverket, for at det ikke skal råtne, når man graver
opp vikingskip?



Mvh.


Erik Ribsskog


PS.


Jeg prøver også å finne organisasjoner i Norge, som kan hjelpe til, med
midler/personell til utgravingen, for man mangler midler i England, (hvor de
kanskje er mest glad i romersk arkeologi).



PS 2.


Jeg håper dere kan hjelpe, for de neste på lista til Riksantikvaren, er
Roskilde i Danmark, og det her er snakk om norske vikinger, så det blir litt
dumt å kontakte Danmark.



PS 3.


Her er Riksantikvarens e-post om dette:



From: Haustveit, Gunvor <gunvor.haustveit@ra.no>


Date:
2010/10/18

Subject: Svar på spørsmål "hjelp med å grave opp vikingskip i
England"

To: eribsskog@gmail.com







Hei og takk
for
e-post.




Det er flere
kompetansesentra og forskere som er dyktige på feltet

om
vikingskip. Anbefaler først og fremst: Kulturhistorisk museum
med
Vikingskipshuset, dernest Norsk Maritimt Museum og Norsk Institutt
for
kulturminneforskning. I Danmark er det kompetanse ved Roskilde
museum.



Lykke til!







Helsing


Gunvor Haustveit
Informasjonsseksjonen



Riksantikvaren


Postboks 8196
Dep


0034 Oslo



Tlf: + 47 98 20 27 60

www.riksantikvaren.no



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Frode Kvalø <Frode.Kvalo@marmuseum.no>

Date: Mon, Dec 13, 2010
at 8:56 AM
Subject: RE: Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book -
Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now resolved
To: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Cc: Per Gisle Galåen <Per.Gisle.Galaen@marmuseum.no>, "emb.london@mfa.no" <emb.london@mfa.no>, "gunvor.haustveit@ra.no"
<gunvor.haustveit@ra.no>, "post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no" <post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no>, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>






To
Erik Ribsskog and associates


I
have involuntarily been drawn into in this unpleasant e-mail correspondence and
I have no interested in being a part of it!



If
there is a ship of Nordic design dating to the Viking period in a Pub somewhere
in England that is a fascinating story. However, I’m content that our
British colleges have the knowledge and skills to deal with such finds.



This
is not something the Norwegian Maritime Museum will prioritize to get involved
in!



Please, do not contact me concerning this matter again!



Frode Kvalø


Head
of Archaeology


Norwegian Maritime Museum






Fra: Stephen Harding [mailto:Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk]

Sendt: 11. desember
2010 09:05
Til: Erik Ribsskog; Stephen Harding
Kopi: Per
Gisle Galåen; emb.london@mfa.no; gunvor.haustveit@ra.no; Frode Kvalø; post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no

Emne: RE:
Anmeldelse av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with
Amazon link, now resolved






Dear
Erik,


Ingi
Thor Jonsson, along with Wirral and Liverpool’s cultural ambassador Mike
McCartney has done a tremendous amount of work over the last 4 years in
strengthening the links between Merseyside/ the North West and the Nordic
countries through the annual Nordic Cultural Events (NICE) Festival, and the
suggestion of you making contact was made because of the (mistaken) impression
you may wish to contribute to these efforts. With respect to the Viking
Conference at Chester and the splendid exhibition provided for the public to
enjoy the regions great Viking Heritage this was all provided completely free
of charge
– as was the buffet – thanks to the tremendous efforts of the
staff of the Grosvenor Museum, and all the feedback we have had – apart from
your comment – has been very positive. As a Wirral man going back very many
generations I am very proud of what has been achieved. The food provided
was free and if you did not like it there were other places to buy food nearby.
If you missed the start of the meeting and the introduction so you did not
know who the speakers were this was not the fault of the organisers.
Nontheless we appreciate your interest in the Vikings in our region but if you
wish to communicate with us in future please refrain from using offensive
language otherwise your emails will be blocked. The talks will be posted
on the website as soon as we can,


Best
wishes


Steve Harding






From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]
Sent: 10 December 2010
19:46
To: Stephen Harding
Cc: Per Gisle Galåen; emb.london@mfa.no; gunvor.haustveit@ra.no;
frode.kvalo@marmuseum.no; post.sondre.buskerud@politiet.no
Subject: Anmeldelse
av trakassering/Fwd: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,
now resolved



Hi,





the Icelandic guy
you said I'd get along well with is gay you b*stard.





Now I don't wan't
to update you anymore.





Good luck with the
Pakistani Samosa food on the Viking-conference.





I think you must
be a muslim guy mobbing me.




Don't want
anything more to do with you.




Erik
Ribsskog





----------
Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 5:17
PM
Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,
now resolved
To: Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>


Hi,





yes, I didn't
understand the routine, to get on the conference.




But, I haden't
seen the exhipition yet, Reap and Pillage, so I just went to Chester that day,
but the train was a few minutes early, so I got there a bit
late.





And then I spoke with the people working there,
at the museum, who got me in there, after the first break.



I understood it
like that one only had to register at the museum, from your
website.




But now I
understand, that I should have ordered a ticket.




This wasn't
clear to me, from reading your website.





But, this is just
a hobby for me, with the viking-stuff on the Wirral, so I read about it like I
would have read an online newspaper etc.




But next time
I'll make sure to contact the hosts before I go to a conference like
that.




Sorry about
that misunderstanding again!





It sounds very
fine about the video of the conference.




I'll update
you if I hear more from the Norwegian Maritime Museum, about the Vikingship,
under the pub, Railway Inn, in Meols.





Thanks again for
arranging the fine viking conference!





Best
regards,




Erik Ribsskog









On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 3:03 PM, Stephen
Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk> wrote:



Thanks Erik. We are waiting to receive the video material (and
permissions) on the conference and hopefully you should be able to
catch up on the Introduction and the other talks you missed at the start.
This will also be of benefit to others, particularly the many people
who wanted to attend but were unable to get tickets.


Paa gjensyn,


Steve











From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]


Sent: 10
December 2010 14:16
To: Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk
Subject: Fwd:
Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now
resolved




Hi,





that is, I don't
want to have this as a life-style, with football-games at the Wirral and be
mate with the Icelandic guy from the Scandinavian Church,
etc.




I only care
about the viking-stuff on the Wirral etc.




Because I
have a lot of different interests, like blog, genealogy, web-design, etc.,
etc.




So I haven't
got that much spare-time.




So this
isn't about the community-stuff, this is just about the vikingship and the
conference.




Hope you
include the questions from the audience, (from me and others), in the summary,
since I brought up about the vikingship in Meols etc.




Hope this is
alright, don't mean to be to direct/inpolite.




Best
regards,




Erik Ribsskog



PS.




Maybe I'll
go on a movie, or something, part of the Nordic festival, but I haven't got
the time to go there all the time, unfortunately.





I thought about
going on Max Manus, (the Norwegian was-movie), in the Scandinavian chruch last
year.




And I asked
a young Swedish woman, Amanda, who works at Netto, Weaverthree, if she had
been at the Scandinavian Church, but she hadn't.





Also, I have an
employment-case, against Bertelsmann Arvato Microsoft Scandinavian Product
Activation:








Perhaps you know
someone at the University of Nottingham, who could help me with this case, as
a pro-bono-case, because this case involved/involves many Scandinavians living
in Liverpool.





(My alumumni, at
University of Sunderland, haven't replied).





Also, some of
the employees there, had a lot to do with the Scandinavian Church, (and are
included in the case), an Irish/Swede called Michael O'Shaughnessy etc., so
I'm a bit vary about the Scandinavian Church, to be frank.




So I think
I'll only keep this at the level it's been at, that I only go to the odd
trip/event at my own choice..




Hope this is
alright!







----------
Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 1:53
PM
Subject: Re: Viking DNA book - Apologies for problems with Amazon link,
now resolved
To: Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk>


Hi,





ok, perhaps I'll
do that!





Thank you very
much for your help!





I'll update you
as soon as possible, if I hear something more from the Vikingship-experts in
Norway.




Thank you
very much again for your reply!





Best
regards,




Erik Ribsskog







On Fri, Dec 10,
2010 at 10:22 AM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk> wrote:



Thanks Erik


We'll put a summary up soon on http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve and may be able to
include some videos of the talks - including the Intro - once we
have permission from the speakers. If you like I can also put
you in touch with Ingi Thor Jonsson - like yourself a resident
Livepudlian - who runs the annual NICE (Nordic Cultural Events) Festival,
I think you and Ingi would get on very well. There will eventually be a
book based on the Conference but that won't be for some
months,


Ha det bra


Steve



Vikings: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/-sczsteve








From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]
Sent: 07 December 2010
14:53
To: Stephen Harding
Subject: Re: Viking DNA book -
Apologies for problems with Amazon link, now resolved





Hi,





thank you very
much for you e-mail!




I've now
sent about the Vikingship in Meols, to the Norwegian Maritime Museum, at
Bygdøy, in Oslo.




They are
also experts on vikingships, and the conserving of these, like Cultural
Historical Musum, in Oslo are.





I'll update
you more, if and when I hear back from them.




Has anyone
written a summary from the viking-conference, which I could write about on
my blog, since I have a travel-blog etc., where I write about my short
travels from Liverpool to different Norwegian Viking places in the
Wirral.




Thanks in
advance for any help!




Yours
sincerely,




Erik Ribsskog





On Tue, Dec 7,
2010 at 2:23 PM, Stephen Harding <Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk> wrote:





Dear all,



Firstly apologies for the
bulk nature of this email again and secondly apologies to those who have had
difficulty accessing the book (with its marvellous foreword by Michael Wood)
through amazon.co.uk.:




Although because of the
demand (many thanks!) the site says "Out of Stock" if you click on the "2
new" you should be able to order the book immediately and in time for
Christmas. Thirdly apologies if you have no interest in the
Vikings!



All best
wishes



Steve, Turi and
Mark










From: Harding Stephen

Sent: 02 December 2010
14:41
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Viking DNA
book




Dear Colleagues (including many of you who took part in the
genetic survey of northwest England, 2002-2007, or the Nordic Festival in
2008)


Apologies if you get this message more than once! We are
writing to bring to your attention a publication we have just
produced. It focuses on the first part of a genetic survey of
northern England – the Wirral and West Lancashire project in the
northwest – and explains the basis behind the DNA method to probe
ancestry, the use of surnames to help to localize volunteers to specific
regions of the country, and how genetic methods are being used in
conjunction with historical, archaeological and linguistic evidence to learn
about Viking ancestry. It also gives some examples from
individual results and from comparing populations of people to help show
what these new technologies can achieve.


Publication of the book has been supported by one of the UK
Research Councils who have been supporting the study (the Biotechnology and
Biological Sciences Research Council) - and Nottingham University Press in
conjunction with Countyvise Limited have very kindly produced this for us
and indeed done a splendid job. We would like to stress that we
as authors are not taking any Royalties or profit!



The book is introduced with
a brilliant foreword by famous UK/BBC historian/broadcaster Michael
Wood
after which we set out to show as clearly as we can, with the
help of full colour illustrations – what DNA is and how DNA methods can be
used to probe both individual and population ancestry. For probing
Viking ancestry it shows the importance of using DNA in conjunction with
historical, linguistic, place name and archaeological evidence - again with
the help of many colour illustrations, and explains how DNA can be used to
probe paternal ancestry and maternal ancestry either for individuals or for
populations of people, explaining also some of the sometimes complicated
jargon that scientists use.



A major problem in studying
population ancestry is the large population movements that have occurred
since the Industrial Revolution. However there is a strong link
between surnames and paternal DNA ancestry and the book explains how
information such as Henry VIII’s tax rolls, , and even criminal records
(including someone accused of killing a dog in 1348 …. found not guilty!)
can be used to help establish the volunteer base for specific regions of
northern England. Using these methods significant Scandinavian
ancestry (up to 50% of the mixture of DNA from the old populations) has been
shown for Wirral and West Lancashire. One youngster from Wirral
was so impressed with the results for her father she wrote a School
project “My Viking Dad and his Viking Dog”! The book finishes with a look
towards the current testing of other regions of Northern England and the
research currently being undertaken with colleagues in Norway to study the
genetic profile of Scandinavia in the Viking Age.



This broadcast on BBC Radio
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NCMH
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PS.

Her er vedlegget:

isa tuller med kjell inge røkke hm

PS 2.

Her kan man se det, at Isa jobber i Oslo nå, visstnok.

Det kan jo stemme med det søket ovenfor, isåfall.

(Uten at jeg vet mer om hvordan dette henger sammen.

Men men).

Så sånn er det.

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS 3.

Her er mer om dette:

isa flyttet til oslo

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=529371738

Jeg håper ikke dette er min stekusine Isa, som driver å tuller med Kjell Inge Røkke. Hm

isa tuller med kjell inge røkke hm

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