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Is Danish king who gave name to Bluetooth buried in Poland?

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Chronicles from the Middle Ages say King Harald Gormsson of Denmark acquired his nickname courtesy of a tooth, probably dead, that looked bluish. One chronicle from the time also says the Viking king was buried in Roskilde, in Denmark, in the late 10th century. A Swedish archaeologist and a Polish researcher recently claimed in separate publications that they have pinpointed his most probable burial site in Wiejkowo.
2 months ago·Warsaw, Poland

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Is Danish king who gave name to Bluetooth buried in Poland?

More than 1,000 years after his death in what is now Poland, a European king whose nickname lives on through wireless technology is at the centre of an archaeological dispute.

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Is Danish king who gave name to Bluetooth buried in Poland?

More than 1,000 years after his death in what is now Poland, a Danish king whose nickname is known to the world through wireless Bluetooth technology is at the center of an archaeological dispute

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More than 1,000 years after his death in what is now Poland, a Danish king whose nickname is known to the world through wireless Bluetooth technology is at the center

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Is Danish king who gave name to Bluetooth buried in Poland?

By MONIKA SCISLOWSKA Associated PressWIEJKOWO, Poland (AP) — More than 1,000 years after his death in what is now Poland, a European king whose nickname lives on through wireless technology is at the center of an archaeological dispute.Chronicles from the Middle Ages say King Harald “Bluetooth” Gormsson of Denmark acquired his nickname courtesy of a tooth, probably dead, that looked bluish. One chronicle from the time also says the Viking king w…

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