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Scandinavia formally comprises the traditional homes of the speakers of modern languages descended from Old Norse, namely Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Finland is often included in Scandinavia by English and American scholars, though Norden – “The North” – is the preferred inclusive term. Scandinavia and Norden will be used interchangeably in this chapter. These five nations and their historically subject (and more recently autonomous) territories – Greenland (Denmark), the Faroes (Denmark), and the Åland archipelago (Finland) – are bound together by historical, linguistic, and cultural ties, warranting their consideration as a supranational region.