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Battle of Shrewsbury The Battle of Shrewsbury, fought on July 21st, 1403 between an army led by the Lancastrian King, Henry IV and a rebel army led by members of the Percy family from Northumberland, ...
Danish Viking Ships Danish Viking Ships
Danish Viking Ships Danish Viking Ships
Danish Vikings doc file
Futhark alphabet used by the North European Germanic peoples (the Swedish, Norwegian and Danish) between the 3rd and 17th centuries A.D.
Germanic myths, legends, and sagas
History of the Vikings Vikings and the British Isles, Danes in England, Alfred and the Danes, Norwegians in Ireland, Brian Boru and the Vikings, Vikings in the North Atlantic, The first family of Iceland
Leif Ericsson Leif Ericsson, an Icelandic explorer who was the first European known to have landed in North America—more specifically, the region that would become Newfoundland and, by later extension, Canada, ...
Reconstructing the Trundholm Sun Chariot The Trundholm sun chariot was found in 1902 in the Trundholm bog at Sjælland, Denmark. In order to celebrate the anniversary of the finding, and to provide Trundholm with a replica of the chariot to be used in childrens history classes
Runes of the Elder Futhark runes of the Elder Futhark
Scandinavian bronzecasting in viking age and early middle ages
The Norse history of Greenland 982-1500
The Oklahoma runestones
The sons of Odin: a heroic analysis of the Volsunga saga
The Viking expeditions from Central Sweden (700-1000)
The vikings the Viking attacks were long thought to have been a disaster for Europe, but were they really? Are the surviving sources really that neutral in their statements or are they perhaps exaggerated, or even wrong? a tip
The Vikings: they got here first, but why didn't they stay?
The Vikings and the Eskimos
Vikingbronze ancient metalcraft and research from mainly an experimental approach
Viking explorers the Viking period in history stretches for about three to four hundred years from 790 A.D. to 1100 A.D.
Viking fighting arts from 23 sagas
Viking heritage
Viking home page the popular image of a Viking with horns, the vikings did not have horns on their helmets!
Viking navy The Viking Navy designs, builds and sails Viking Ships. Formed in 1995 for people that would like to do a little Viking
Vikings The term Viking denotes the ship-borne explorers, traders, and warriors of the Norsemen who originated in Scandinavia and raided the coasts of the British Isles, France and other parts of Europe from the late 8th century to the 11th century, ...
Vikings recent discoveries paint a complex portrait of the Vikings and their boat journeys to places as far-flung as Istanbul
Vikings and the New East Anglian Towns The Vikings arrived in force in East Anglia in 866, and in 870 they killed the East Anglian king, Edmund
Vikings and Vinland about Vikings, especially the Norse from Greenland and their exploration of Vinland
Vikings in America
Vikings in Vinland
Viking longship long, narrow ships packed with warriors helped to make the Vikings the dominant power in Europe for three centuries, beginning in about A.D. 800
Viking ship home page Viking ship home page
Vikings: the north atlantic saga Vikings: the north atlantic saga
Vikings from the rise of the Scandinavian kingdoms during the Viking age (A.D.750 to 1050) to the demise of the Greenland colonies around A.D. 1500
Vikings a short history of the Norse settlers in Greenland
Vikings Analysis of a Viking legend, Loot and Land - An insight into Viking motives, The Viking Revival
Where Did the Horns Come From?

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