Viking Slate trial piece showing Urnes style animal interlace, from Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland.From the collection of the British Museum, London, England. Urnes Style. This latest and final style of Viking art dates from a little before 1050 until the early part of the twelfth century

Viking Slate trial piece showing Urnes style animal interlace, from Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland.From the collection of the British Museum, London, England. Urnes Style. This latest and final style of Viking art dates from a little before 1050 until the early part of the twelfth century

A new study of grave goods in early Viking-era burials in central Norway revealed many Anglo-Saxon artifacts, such as brooches and swords, suggesting people from the area may have been among the first Vikings to raid the British Isles.

A new study of grave goods in early Viking-era burials in central Norway revealed many Anglo-Saxon artifacts, such as brooches and swords, suggesting people from the area may have been among the first Vikings to raid the British Isles.

Viking swords

Viking swords

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