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No toponym has come from nothing and there has always been a link between a place and its name. When it concerns the past, it is a scholar's task to explore this connection. The article discusses Estonian-Swedish maritime place names from an archaeological perspective, and is based on the premise that research into toponyms should depart from the principle that the scholar tries to reconstruct the name giver's viewpoint. The article deals with two main topics: the meanings of place namesdoi:10.7592/fejf2006.34.ilves fatcat:6rr6dg47zzcp5nj3yzh2tskbo4