Just looking at the title of this pic I'm really glad that I don't suffer from Griendstrom's syndrome ........
Which is of course a neurological disorder resulting from low levels of dopamine in the brain and which causes the sufferer to always transcribe the letters "n" and "u" in the wrong order. That is bnukum I hear you say but it is indeed true and the sad fact is that Griendstrom's syndrome is totally incurable and so those poor afflicted souls must spend the rest of their days being very careful indeed when typing the names of certain Danish kings of days gone by. That said, I am sure there are a few EPZ wags who would suggest that the title of this particular image would have been far more apt were I indeed a sufferer of this grievous syndrome.
Anyways, enough talk of rare neurological disorders ...... this is of course a picture of Cnut the Great of Denmark, England and Norway taken circa 1021 somewhere on the south coast of England.
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