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Viking knit tutorial - splot dwoma drutami / double wire

Viking knit tutorial - splot dwoma drutami / double wire

Viking tattoos #Thor #Mjolnir

Viking tattoos #Thor #Mjolnir

Built-In Bluetooth Audio Setup

Built-In Bluetooth Audio Setup

10 Wiring Problems Solved | Electrical | Plumbing, HVAC & Electrical | This Old House - 3

10 Wiring Problems Solved | Electrical | Plumbing, HVAC & Electrical | This Old House - 3

Lysevegen, Norway (Titan's Path)

Lysevegen, Norway (Titan's Path)

Beautiful Place. Lofoten Island,Norway

Beautiful Place. Lofoten Island,Norway

The Viking-age Fylki (Petty kingdoms) in Norway before the unification. by jkvatterholm: Important! This is the “de jure” regions so to say. A petty king might have power in 2 or 3 of them, or they might be divided in various ways. The fylki are mostly a kind of administrative grouping, and they survived into the time of medieval Norway and beyond. The fylki had in the beginning mostly a þing each, but some went for further cooperation made bigger multi-fylki þings

The Viking-age Fylki (Petty kingdoms) in Norway before the unification. by jkvatterholm: Important! This is the “de jure” regions so to say. A petty king might have power in 2 or 3 of them, or they might be divided in various ways. The fylki are mostly a kind of administrative grouping, and they survived into the time of medieval Norway and beyond. The fylki had in the beginning mostly a þing each, but some went for further cooperation made bigger multi-fylki þings

Another Icelandic magical sign deserves special attention, since it is reported to give the power to become invisible. Hulinhjálmur (‘helm of disguise’) has to be drawn on a piece of lignite (brown coal) and then pressed against one’s forehead. The most complicated part is the preparation of the ink. One has to collect three drops of blood from the index finger of one’s left hand, three from the ring-finger of one’s right hand, two from the right nipple and one from the left nipple...

Another Icelandic magical sign deserves special attention, since it is reported to give the power to become invisible. Hulinhjálmur (‘helm of disguise’) has to be drawn on a piece of lignite (brown coal) and then pressed against one’s forehead. The most complicated part is the preparation of the ink. One has to collect three drops of blood from the index finger of one’s left hand, three from the ring-finger of one’s right hand, two from the right nipple and one from the left nipple...

stilfserjoch.  why am i not here?

stilfserjoch. why am i not here?