ORIGIN OF THE FINNISH PEOPLE, in the Light of Science and Mythology
FINNISH ROYAL FAMILY AT THE "VIKING AGE", according to Nordic Saga-poetry
FINNISH IMPACT ON THE TRIBAL ORIGIN OF THE OLD ENGLISH PEOPLE
Finns at Bronze Age
In Old Norse Fornjótr is an ancient giant in Norse mythology, the father of Kári, of Logi, and of Hlér or Ægir (the ruler of the sea) and a king of Finland.
Part 16 - Kings of Finland in Ynglinga -Saga -There was a king named Fornjot. He reigned over Gotland, which we now know as Finland and Kvenland. That was to the east of the gulf that lies across from the White Sea; we call that the Gulf of Bothnia. Fornjot had three sons.
Kings of Finland in Egil's Saga: Thorolf again in Finmark
Kings of Finland in Ynglinga Saga, It tells the most ancient part of the story of the House of Ynglings (the Scylfings of Beowulf).
Kings of Finland in Orkneyinga Saga, is a unique historical narrative of the history of the Orkney Islands, Scotland, from their capture by the Norwegian king in the ninth century onwards until about 1200.
Orkneyinga Saga Text
Kvenland = Finland