Scandinavia & Ascania Named for Ashkenaz a Son of Gomer Some Progeny Across Northern Europe Early in Ice Age


What became the English language was brought by progeny of Ashkenaz, a grandson of Japheth, to the region called Ascania of northern Germany, where the Sachsen or Saxons spoke a language like Frisian, Anglo-Saxon, so considering the book Oera Linda says the Frisians fled flooded Atland, their ancestors of Ashkenaz apparently came across northern Europe after the Tower of Babel but before the Ice Age snowpack had built up and covered that northern way to western Europe.