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A restaurant with a view, we are conveniently located on Wharf Street on the harbour in the heart of downtown Victoria, and steps from the best hotels, spas, and shopping the city has to offer.
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Seafood purists will delight in steamed local Dungeness crab served with charred lemon and drawn butter or fresh local oysters on the half shell.
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Yet another theory postulates that the words finn and kven are cognates. The Icelandic Eddas and Norse sagas 11th to 14th centuries , some of the oldest written sources probably originating from the closest proximity, use words like finnr and finnas inconsistently.
However, most of the time they seem to mean northern dwellers with a mobile life style. An etymological link between the Sami and the Finns exists in modern Uralic languages as well.
It has been proposed that e. But it is not known how, why, and when this occurred. Petri Kallio has suggested that the name Suomi may bear even earlier Indo-European echoes with the original meaning of either "land" or "human".
The first known mention of Finns is in the Old English poem Widsith which was compiled in the 10th century, though its contents is probably older.
Among the first written sources possibly designating western Finland as the land of Finns are also two rune stones.
One of these is in Söderby, Sweden, with the inscription finlont U , and the other is in Gotland , a Swedish island in the Baltic Sea , with the inscription finlandi G M dating from the 11th century.
The genetic basis of future Finns also emerged in this area. They began to move upstream of the Dnieper and from there to the upper reaches of the Väinäjoki , from where they eventually moved along the river towards the Baltic Sea in — years BC.
The second wave of migration brought the main group of ancestors of Finns from the Baltic Sea to the southwest coast of Finland in the 8th century BC.
During the 80— generations of the migration, Finnish language changed its form, although it retained its Finno-Ugric roots. Material culture also changed during the transition, although the Baltic Finnish culture that formed on the shores of the Baltic Sea constantly retained its roots in a way that distinguished it from its neighbors.
Finnish material culture became independent of the wider Baltic Finnic culture in the 6th and 7th centuries, and by the turn of the 8th century the culture of metal objects that had prevailed in Finland had developed in its own way.
Just as uncertain are the possible mediators and the timelines for the development of the Uralic majority language of the Finns.
On the basis of comparative linguistics, it has been suggested that the separation of the Finnic and the Sami languages took place during the 2nd millennium BC, and that the Proto-Uralic roots of the entire language group date from about the 6th to the 8th millennium BC.
When the Uralic languages were first spoken in the area of contemporary Finland is debated. Therefore, Finnish was already a separate language when arriving in Finland.
Furthermore, the traditional Finnish lexicon has a large number of words about one-third without a known etymology, hinting at the existence of a disappeared Paleo-European language; these include toponyms such as niemi "peninsula".
For example, the origins of such cultural icons as the sauna , the kantele an instrument of the zither family , and the Kalevala national epic have remained rather obscure.
Agriculture supplemented by fishing and hunting has been the traditional livelihood among Finns. Slash-and-burn agriculture was practiced in the forest-covered east by Eastern Finns up to the 19th century.
Agriculture, along with the language, distinguishes Finns from the Sami , who retained the hunter-gatherer lifestyle longer and moved to coastal fishing and reindeer herding.
Christianity spread to Finland from the Medieval times onward and original native traditions of Finnish paganism have become extinct.
Finnish paganism combined various layers of Finnic, Norse, Germanic and Baltic paganism. Finnic Jumala was some sort of sky-god and is shared with Estonia.
Belief of a thunder-god, Ukko or Perkele , may have Baltic origins. Local animistic deities, "haltia", which resemble Scandinavian tomte , were also given offerings to, and bear worship was also known.
Christianity was introduced to Finns and Karelians from the east, in the form of Eastern Orthodoxy from the Medieval times onwards. However, Swedish kings conquered western parts of Finland in the late 13th century, imposing Roman Catholicism.
Reformation in Sweden had the important effect that bishop Mikael Agricola , a student of Martin Luther , introduced written Finnish, and literacy became common during the 18th century.
When Finland became independent, it was overwhelmingly Lutheran Protestant. A small number of Eastern Orthodox Finns were also included, thus the Finnish government recognized both religions as "national religions".
In Whereas, in Russian Ingria, there were both Lutheran and Orthodox Finns; the former were identified as Ingrian Finns while the latter were considered Izhorans or Karelians.
Baltic Finns are traditionally assumed to originate from two different populations speaking different dialects of Proto-Finnic kantasuomi.
Thus, a division into West Finnish and East Finnish is made. Further, there are subgroups, traditionally called heimo ,   according to dialects and local culture.
Although ostensibly based on late Iron Age settlement patterns, the heimos have been constructed according to dialect during the rise of nationalism in the 19th century.
The historical provinces of Finland can be seen to approximate some of these divisions. The regions of Finland , another remnant of a past governing system, can be seen to reflect a further manifestation of a local identity.
Today's urbanized Finns are not usually aware of the concept of 'heimo' nor do they typically identify with one except maybe Southern Ostrobothnians , although the use of dialects has experienced a recent revival.
Urbanized Finns do not necessarily know a particular dialect and tend to use standard Finnish or city slang but they may switch to a dialect when visiting their native area.
For the paternal and maternal genetic lineages of Finnish people and other peoples, see, e. Haplogroup U5 is estimated to be the oldest major mtDNA haplogroup in Europe and is found in the whole of Europe at a low frequency, but seems to be found in significantly higher levels among Finns, Estonians and the Sami people.
Variation within Finns is, according to fixation index F ST values, greater than anywhere else in Europe. The F ST values given here are actual values multiplied by 10, Males carrying the marker apparently moved northwards as the climate warmed in the Holocene , migrating in a counter-clockwise path through modern China and Mongolia , to eventually become concentrated in areas as far away as Fennoscandia and the Baltic.
N has been found in many samples of Neolithic human remains exhumed from northeastern China and the circum-Baikal area of southern Siberia.
It is thus suggested that the ancestors of the Uralic-peoples and of the Turkic-Yakut peoples may have originated in this region about — years ago.
Until the s, most linguists believed that Finns arrived in Finland as late as the first century AD. However, accumulating archaeological data suggests that the area of contemporary Finland had been inhabited continuously since the end of the ice age , contrary to the earlier idea that the area had experienced long uninhabited intervals.
The hunter-gatherer Sami were pushed into the more remote northern regions. A hugely controversial theory is so-called refugia. This was proposed in the s by Kalevi Wiik , a professor emeritus of phonetics at the University of Turku.
According to this theory, Finno-Ugric speakers spread north as the Ice age ended. They populated central and northern Europe, while Basque speakers populated western Europe.
As agriculture spread from the southeast into Europe, the Indo-European languages spread among the hunter-gatherers. In this process, both the hunter-gatherers speaking Finno-Ugric and those speaking Basque learned how to cultivate land and became Indo-Europeanized.
The linguistic ancestors of modern Finns did not switch their language due to their isolated location. Wiik has not presented his theories in peer-reviewed scientific publications.
Many scholars in Finno-Ugrian studies have strongly criticized the theory. Professor Raimo Anttila, Petri Kallio and brothers Ante and Aslak Aikio have renounced Wiik's theory with strong words, hinting strongly to pseudoscience and even at right-wing political biases among Wiik's supporters.
The most heated debate took place in the Finnish journal Kaltio during autumn Since then, the debate has calmed, each side retaining their positions.
Media related to People of Finland at Wikimedia Commons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Baltic Finnic ethnic group indigenous to Finland.