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A Chronology of Notable Weather Events

A Chronology of Notable Weather Events

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A Chronology of Notable Weather Events
A Chronology of Notable Weather Events

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Published by: cavris on Feb 16, 2013
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A Chronology of Notable WeatherEventsbyDouglas V. Hoyt
Edition of 8/4/2011
243 A. D.An inundation of the sea in Lincolnshire laid under water many thousands of acres (Camden).353Flood in Cheshire in which 3000 people died along with thousands of cattle (Hayden).402Euxine Sea frozen over for 20 days (Hayden)500The Vandals from Poland held Western Africa, the Diocese of Africa, Visigoth (Western Goth)from Scandia held Spain, Ostrogoth (Eastern Goth) from Scandia held Italy, Germanic-Franksfrom Scandia held Gaul, Burgundians held Rhone river, and Celts, Germanic-Anglo-Saxon heldthe diocese of England. The massive migration of the Mongols, the Huns, Goth, Slav-Bulgars,and Avars westward is because of adverse weather conditions driving them from their lands .The Germanic-Danes inhabited the Danish Islands, Schonen, and later Jutland.St. Brendan (521-527) in his voyage to the northwest suggests the Celts of Ireland discoveredAmerica about this time.The Polynesian reached Hawaii and established agricultural settlements. These people hadtraveled 2500 miles from Island to Island. It is inconceivable that these peoples didn't reachAmerica in the past 500 years. The Polynesians colonized Hawaii, Easter Island, andMadagascar by 500 A.D.507Men from Tsinngan, China report being blown across the Great Sea East to a people who speak astrange language.508In England, the rivers were frozen for more than two months (including Thames?). Possiblesevere winter. Rivers frozen for two months. Years also quoted as 507 or 509.514St. Brendan (484-577) of Ireland explored the area discovering the Hebrides, Orkney, FaeroeIslands and Iceland, starting about this time. In 554 he said for America.

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