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Amazing. A 1000 year old Viking tool chest. It was discovered in lake Mästermyr, Sweden (via http://www.flickr.com/photos/historiska/4995468309/in/photostream/ …) pic.twitter.com/hQI25bRNPz

1000 years ago some Viking lost in the lake his chest with axes, sawdrills, chisels, knives, awls and 200 other objects. In 1936 on an island off the coast of Sweden a farmer plowing a recently drained swampland was stopped.

Viking Gravestone, Cille Bharra, Isle of Barra. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in Scotland: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2010/12/30/things-scotland/

Viking gravestone found in Cille Bharra on the Isle of Barra. Although the original is now housed in Edinburgh, this shot is of the facscimile copy housed in the restored chapel that sits aside the ruined century church in Cille Bharra.

1,000 year old Viking jewellery hoard found in Cumbria UK by a  Mr Webster, find included jewellery and coins, get your metal detectors out!!

The find of a lifetime: Treasure hunter digs up 200-piece haul of Viking jewellery and coins

A 1000 year old Viking jewellery hoard found in Cumbria UK by a Mr Webster. The find included jewellery and coins.

#Vikings,they had superior knowledge of the seas and ship making and I guess they were some real life bad ass people

Vikings,they had superior knowledge of the seas and ship making amazing peoples

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Runer The Viking Alphabet. Wallpaper and background photos of Runer The Viking Alphabet for fans of Vikings (TV Series) images.

Scientists Think They Have Found The Mythical ‘Sunstone’ Vikings Used To Navigate Warships - Medieval Archives

Shipwreck found with Viking sun stone An oblong crystal found in the wreck of a English warship is a sunstone - Icelandic spar, a near-mythical navigational aid said to have been used by Viking mariners, researchers said on Wednesday.

This helmet was discovered in a ship burial from Valsgarde in Sweden, c. 7th century AD

‘Sigurd’s Helmet.’ An artifact found in a pre-Viking gravesite in Sweden, it represents the mortal hero Sigurd (from the Volsunga saga from Iceland, but also known as Siegfried), a favorite of Odin and a great warrior.

A Viking Village

some nice lifestyle images, notice those woven baskets on the ground, the shield above the entrance of the hut.

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