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'''Støtanneu''' was a newspaper founded {{year|1980}} by [[Robert I|King Robert I]]. The word ''Støtanneu'' means ''tusk'' in Finnish.
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[[Image:kri1980.jpg|thumb|left|King Robert I in 1980, the year of Støtanneu's foundation]] '''Støtanneu''' was a newspaper founded {{year|1980}} by [[Robert I|King Robert I]]. The word ''Støtanneu'' means ''tusk'' in Finnish.
 
Støtanneu was active from its foundation to the abdication of Ben Madison, although the creation of the [[Talossa|Kingdom]]'s bulletin board [[Wittenberg]] actually shrinked its activity. <br />
 
Støtanneu was active from its foundation to the abdication of Ben Madison, although the creation of the [[Talossa|Kingdom]]'s bulletin board [[Wittenberg]] actually shrinked its activity. <br />
 
=== Language ===
 
=== Language ===
 
Støtanneu was mainly written in [[Glheþ|Talossan]], a language that, at the time of the foundation of the newspaper, was spoken only by Madison [http://talossan.com/?page_id=242]. A huge percentage of the Talossan lexicon was created while writing the newspaper's issues. Also, in the older issues there are some words that aren't used no more.
 
Støtanneu was mainly written in [[Glheþ|Talossan]], a language that, at the time of the foundation of the newspaper, was spoken only by Madison [http://talossan.com/?page_id=242]. A huge percentage of the Talossan lexicon was created while writing the newspaper's issues. Also, in the older issues there are some words that aren't used no more.

Revision as of 14:48, 14 May 2013

King Robert I in 1980, the year of Støtanneu's foundation

Støtanneu was a newspaper founded 1980/I by King Robert I. The word Støtanneu means tusk in Finnish.

Støtanneu was active from its foundation to the abdication of Ben Madison, although the creation of the Kingdom's bulletin board Wittenberg actually shrinked its activity.

Language

Støtanneu was mainly written in Talossan, a language that, at the time of the foundation of the newspaper, was spoken only by Madison [1]. A huge percentage of the Talossan lexicon was created while writing the newspaper's issues. Also, in the older issues there are some words that aren't used no more.