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This would make an amazing raven tattoo. (not tattoo, but raven with wings painted with glyphs in a painting as a familiar):

This would make an amazing raven tattoo. (not tattoo, but raven with wings painted with glyphs in a painting as a familiar)

Odin

Odin Allfather ~ The great Nordic God! Father of Thor my favorite super hero.

By Periklis Deligiannis Dragonhead on the prow of a Viking longship. . The historical districts of Scandinavia. The following probable tribal districts are noted among others:  Uppland (political c…

Beginnings of the Viking peoples: The Scandinavian peoples and tribes from the Vendel Period to the Viking Age

The Vikings were not the first people to build ships but they did build the best ships anyone had made up to that time. Viking ships often had Dragons heads mounted on the bow to scare off sea monsters.

Geniales posters vikingos.... pasa o moriré

Geniales posters vikingos.... pasa o moriré

Эскизы татуировок участников наше..

Эскизы татуировок участников наше..

Medieval knight with a sword Stock Photo - 15599718

Medieval knights, knighthood and chivalry. All about the Medieval knight training. Knights in Middle ages.

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Ever notice how much Celtic-inspired art there was in the interiors of almost all buildings in Origins? I like to think of the Ferelden culture as being inspired by both Celtic and Scandinavian elements . In addition to the nations tribal roots.

Tree of Life sigil

Tree of Life Sigil. The Tree of Life is one of the most familiar of the Sacred Geometric Symbols. The structure of the Tree of Life is connected to the sacred teachings of the Jewish Kabbalah but can be seen in other traditions as well, such as the ancien

swordofsnow:  History Vikings ~ Longships

doesn't really look like a dragon to me. It is a terrifying image though so I can see why the Vikings included images of dragons on the front of their ships. It was a way to intimidate their opponents.

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