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Detail, viking helmet. Museum Gustavianum, Uppsala University. (Viking Blog (copy/paste) elDrakkar.blogspot.com)

Detail, viking helmet. Museum Gustavianum, Uppsala University. (Viking Blog (copy/paste) elDrakkar.blogspot.com)

Here are some facts about the Middle Ages most people don't know. Enjoy! ~ Based on want I know of the Middle Ages, this is correct

Here are some facts about the Middle Ages most people don't know. Enjoy!

Here are some facts about the Middle Ages most people don't know. Enjoy! ~ Based on want I know of the Middle Ages, this is correct

Vendel Viking Helmet, dated to the 7th century AD

Vendel Viking Helmet, dated to the 7th century AD

Caveing

Caveing

"Skjoldehamn Over Tunic"  This is a reconstruction of tunics found in the marsh Skjoldehamn on the Norwegian island of Angoya. Initially rated that comes with XIII or XIV century, but subsequent carbon dating has allowed with high accuracy wydatowac it to the Viking era (probably 970-1050). Made of hand-sewn wool. Tunic has 4 wedges built into the back part so as not to hinder movement.

"Skjoldehamn Over Tunic" This is a reconstruction of tunics found in the marsh Skjoldehamn on the Norwegian island of Angoya. Initially rated that comes with XIII or XIV century, but subsequent carbon dating has allowed with high accuracy wydatowac it to the Viking era (probably 970-1050). Made of hand-sewn wool. Tunic has 4 wedges built into the back part so as not to hinder movement.

VIKING BREAD OVEN.... Most viking breads were made from freshly, hand ground, rye flour (wheat is a north african grain!), with slowly fermented sourdough. The baking process in the clay oven, fired with beech logs, could take up to 48 hours. Such breads last for at least one week, without going stale! source: http://vikingsnitt.blogg.no/

VIKING BREAD OVEN.... Most viking breads were made from freshly, hand ground, rye flour (wheat is a north african grain!), with slowly fermented sourdough. The baking process in the clay oven, fired with beech logs, could take up to 48 hours. Such breads last for at least one week, without going stale! source: http://vikingsnitt.blogg.no/

Viking fire steel Firesteel of copper alloy and iron from 1050-1150, from Gotland, Sweden.  Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

Viking fire steel Firesteel of copper alloy and iron from 1050-1150, from Gotland, Sweden. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

Viking dress pin of bronze. Grave find, Öland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Viking dress pin of bronze. Grave find, Öland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

The Vikings of Bjornstad - Viking Museum Iceland  A mitten made from wool fabric sewed together.

The Vikings of Bjornstad - Viking Museum Iceland A mitten made from wool fabric sewed together.

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