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One million Britons descended from Vikings says new study http://descrier.co.uk/science/2014/03/one-million-britons-descended-vikings-says-new-study/

One million Britons descended from Vikings says new study http://descrier.co.uk/science/2014/03/one-million-britons-descended-vikings-says-new-study/

Viking recipe book

Viking recipe book

9th-13th Century European armor from Racinet

9th-13th Century European armor from Racinet

Dagda, a protector and guide through life, a great teacher. Place your offerings to Dagda in a cauldron to represent his magic cauldron or a wooden bowl.  Choose meats and fruits of the season.  Masculine foods such as pork, steak, beer and ale as well as bread and cheese.

Offerings to the Gods: Cakes & Ale for the Celtic Gods and Goddesses

Dagda, a protector and guide through life, a great teacher. Place your offerings to Dagda in a cauldron to represent his magic cauldron or a wooden bowl. Choose meats and fruits of the season. Masculine foods such as pork, steak, beer and ale as well as bread and cheese.

anchorman 2. thank you god.  stuff we like does not even begin to say how happy this makes us...

The Legend Continues: 'Anchorman 2' Gets Postered

anchorman 2. thank you god. stuff we like does not even begin to say how happy this makes us...

Bjarni Herjólfsson (10th century) was a Norse-Icelandic explorer who is believed to be the first known European to site the mainland of the Americas in 986 AD. The  Greenlanders Saga tells that he sailed to Iceland to visit his parents, only to find that his father had gone with Erik the Red to Greenland. So he took his crew and set off to find him, but with no map or compass, was blown off course by a storm. He saw a piece of land that was not Greenland but did not go ashore to explore.

Bjarni Herjólfsson (10th century) was a Norse-Icelandic explorer who is believed to be the first known European to site the mainland of the Americas in 986 AD. The Greenlanders Saga tells that he sailed to Iceland to visit his parents, only to find that his father had gone with Erik the Red to Greenland. So he took his crew and set off to find him, but with no map or compass, was blown off course by a storm. He saw a piece of land that was not Greenland but did not go ashore to explore.

Viking Horse absolutely gorgeous

Viking Horse absolutely gorgeous

Tribes crossing Sea to Britain | Miscellany on the life of St. Edmund | England, Bury St Edmunds | ca. 1130 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Tribes crossing Sea to Britain | Miscellany on the life of St. Edmund | England, Bury St Edmunds | ca. 1130 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Illuminated vellum of a ship loaded with Viking warriors, from the Bayeux Tapestry Museum

Illuminated vellum of a ship loaded with Viking warriors, from the Bayeux Tapestry Museum

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