Saxes, like any other Viking age weapons, were valuable. When they were damaged or worn, the iron was repurposed, and used for some other tool or weapon. This exquisite historical Viking age knife was probably made from a cut-down sax blade.
I& a little wary of posting an infographic from the History Channel, notorious for rarely doing its history homework, not to mention all its ancient alien programming posing as real science, and they should have done spellcheck first
L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, Canada - an archaeological site on the northernmost tip of Newfoundland discovered in It is the only known site of a Norse or Viking village in North America outside of Greenland.
Altar by Cristina McAllister The first piece in her new Altars Series, which explores the idea that all faiths spring from the same Source, sharing their core values and offering valuable insights to all humanity.
The sky above us is more complicated than it looks. As the sun moves across the sky, it creates a complicated pattern of polarized light. The Vikings could even use this phenomenon to navigate (so do bees, for the record). Are you gonna say they're wrong?