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Vikingeskibet, der ikke kunne sejle, er på vej over Kattegat med kurs mod Roskilde - Vikingeskibsmuseet Roskilde

Viking ship that could sail are crossing the Kattegat, headed for Roskilde - Vikingeskibsmuseet Roskilde

7 ship-shape sites - Seven Wonders - Current World Archaeology

Unearthed Viking boat in Oslo, Norway. Breathtaking when you walk into the Viking Ship Museum and face it.

Viking Trousers... So much more comfy than modern day jeans!!! http://www.wierzeje.pl/main.html

Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Hurstwic: Clothing in the Viking Age. A clear article that gets specific enough with layers and cuts, but not too much technical details, with lots of good images.

All the Germanic peoples in northern Europe wore similar clothing. While variations did exist, throughout the Viking era and across the Viking lands, clothing styles were remarkably consistent.

Hurstwic: Viking Ships

otherwise 'mast fish' due to its shape, adjacent to the mast and instrumental in its support

Eggyl Flanc de Fer, maître des berserks sauvages et jarl de Wolfenstadson.

Loved this character but alas, he lost his life to treachery in Season 1 of Vikings on the History Channel. He truly looks like a Viking to me.

Gjermundbu chain mail

Now in Museum of Cultural History, Oslo, Norway.

Find a way to create viking ships and sail them on the pool.  An animal head was usually placed on the tip of Anglo-Saxon ships.

Find a way to create viking ships and sail them on the pool. An animal head was usually placed on the tip of Anglo-Saxon ships.

Viking long house with a stone-lined hearth in the middle. A fire was kept for cooking and heating and the smoke escaped through a hole in the roof. The hall was often smoky and smelly. The floor of the hall was made of hard-packed earth, covered with reeds or straw. There were long, wooden platforms along each side of the hall against the walls where people slept at night, using pillows and quilts filled with feathers or down, and blanket and furs to keep them warm.

Viking long house with a stone-lined hearth in the middle. A fire was kept for cooking and heating and the smoke escaped through a hole in the roof. The hall was often smoky and smelly. The floor of the hall was made of hard-packed earth, covered with ree

Norse Man

How did Viking Age people really look?

Hurstwic - As with many aspects of Viking-age material culture, our knowledge of Viking era clothing is fragmentary. The Viking people left few images .

Borgundknarren vikingskip - "Borgundknarren" replica of the Skuldelev wreck 1 viking knarr

Borgundknarren vikingskip - "Borgundknarren" replica of the Skuldelev wreck 1 viking knarr

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