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Lars Magnar Enoksen (born 1960 in Malmö) is a Swedish writer and Glima wrestler.Enoksen was born in Malmö in 1960 with a Swedish mother and Norwegian father.As an author, he has written extensively on runes and Nordic mythology, although as a popular rather than academic writer. In 2000, he was awarded The Lengertz Literature Award (Lengertz litteraturpris), which is awarded to authors who write on subjects relevant to Scania.

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  • Lars Magnar Enoksen (* 1960 in Malmö) ist ein norwegisch-schwedischer Autor, Runologe, Dozent und altnordischer Glíma-Ringer.
  • Lars Magnar Enoksen (born 1960 in Malmö) is a Swedish writer and Glima wrestler.Enoksen was born in Malmö in 1960 with a Swedish mother and Norwegian father.As an author, he has written extensively on runes and Nordic mythology, although as a popular rather than academic writer. In 2000, he was awarded The Lengertz Literature Award (Lengertz litteraturpris), which is awarded to authors who write on subjects relevant to Scania.
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  • Lars Magnar Enoksen (* 1960 in Malmö) ist ein norwegisch-schwedischer Autor, Runologe, Dozent und altnordischer Glíma-Ringer.
  • Lars Magnar Enoksen (born 1960 in Malmö) is a Swedish writer and Glima wrestler.Enoksen was born in Malmö in 1960 with a Swedish mother and Norwegian father.As an author, he has written extensively on runes and Nordic mythology, although as a popular rather than academic writer. In 2000, he was awarded The Lengertz Literature Award (Lengertz litteraturpris), which is awarded to authors who write on subjects relevant to Scania.
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