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A sword was one of the most important weapons of a Viking warrior. In this photo, a Viking sword, axe head and ring pin are displayed on Oct. 18, 2011, in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Man In Norway Finds 1,265-Year-Old Viking Sword While Hiking

Amazing Discovery: Viking tomb includes a warrior's boat, axe, spear and sword

Viking sword, made 800-900 AD Inscribed on the blade is the named of the maker, Hartolfr. -metropolitan Museum of Art

Viking sword, made AD Inscribed on the blade is the named of the maker, Hartolfr. -metropolitan Museum of Art

Viking ship replica "islendingur", built 1996. 74' 17' 6'. Sailed from Iceland to Greenland and America in 2000.

Viking ship replica "islendingur", built Sailed from Iceland to Greenland and America in

Grave goods from the Oseberg ship burial, around 800, Norway Viking by helene

Grave goods from the Oseberg ship burial, around Norway Viking by helene

Painting by -  Edward Moran                                                                                                                                                      Más

The Story of Rollo the Viking…………the rest is HISTORY.

building the world's most iconic viking ship, part 1 - Robin Wood

The Oseberg Viking Ship is an incredible survival and this is the story of building a complete new replica using traditional viking ship building crafts.

Jan Patrik Krasny » vikings

Artwork: vikings by fantasy artist Jan Patrik Krasny. See more artwork by this featured artist on the fantasy gallery website.

The Top 10 Viking Movies

Have you got a hankering to watch the best viking movies ever made? Good, because I just listed the top 10 movies featuring the seafaring scandinavian warrio.

Different sword hilts the Vikings designed.

Viking Swords: Weapons were not just for battle, but also symbols of their owners' status and wealth. The peasant levy (fyrd) could not afford swords. Spears and axes were predominate; swords were reserved for thegns and higher social classes.

A gown based on a find from Uvdal, Norway. Follows the recreation of a period gown with an unusual cut.

A gown based on a find from Uvdal, Norway This is different, wonder at the gathering in the chest area. Due to how they used all of the fabric in a conservative manner, all those folds seem extravagant. Just my two pence.

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