Viking tribes

Collection by Sheila Ray Oman

Viking Village Njardarheimr - One of The Highlights in Gudvangen Flam - Viking Valley Njardarheimr in Gudvangen is one of the highlights of the Flam area in Norway - Bergen, Norway Vacation, Norway Travel, Travel Europe, Oslo, Lillehammer, Viking Village, Bon Plan Voyage, Norway Viking

Viking Village Njardarheimr - One of The Highlights in Gudvangen Flam

Visiting Flam area in Norway in summer? Don't miss the Viking Valley Njardarheimr in Gudvangen! This authentic Viking village is a must for young and old!

Finland viking age / New find Pirkanmaa

Bronze VIKING RUS PENDANT Gnezdovo Locality Russia | Etsy

Viking pendant, original was found in Gnezdovo, Smolensk region, Russia. Jewel was a part of a Gnezdovo terasure, it was discovered near the river of Dnieper. This river was frequently used by the viking traders and warriors. Material: bronze. Size: 2.6 x 3.7 cm. Size of a hole for chains: 7 x 3.5 mm.

Viking cart I have stood beside this and filmed this beautiful carved cart. This picture doesn't not pick up the beauty and detail of the ancient Viking cart at the Viking Museum in Oslo.

Viking cart

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The work of a master metalsmith, this disc brooch may have been stolen from an Anglo-Saxon settlement during a Viking attack.

Pictures: An Elite Viking’s Prized Possessions

Buried for more than a thousand years, Scotland's “Galloway hoard” may include rare artifacts looted from medieval monasteries.

Why Did The Viking Age Start? - Life in Norway Viking Tribes, Viking Age, Viking Timeline, History Of Norway, Viking Facts, Viking Culture, Trondheim, Arm Armor, Anglo Saxon

Why Did The Viking Age Start? - Life in Norway

There's a great deal we know about the era of the vikings. It was an age of exploration, trade, and expansion. But what prompted its beginnings? If you ask 100 people when the Viking age began, most probably won't be able to give you an answer. The most common answer is likely going to be...

Codex Regius (The King's book) of Eddaic Poems and Flateyjarbok. Norse history written about 1270 and hidden away preserved for centuries. Vintage Magazines, Vintage Books, Viking Tribes, Norse Legend, Viking Life, King Book, Old Norse, Interesting History, Weird World

The Norse Legend of the World Tree - Yggdrasil

In 1643 a Bishop called Brynjolf Sveinsson was given 45 pieces of vellum containing poetry and prose from the heart of ancient Northern European indigenous culture. This collection is called The King’s Book (Codex Regius in Latin). It is thought to have been written around 1270.