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Amazing recreations of Viking Age burials by re-enactment group Andrimners Hemtagare. Not sure why the man has a salt-box hanging from his belt (that's what reenactment vendors make those odd two-horn boxes for I believe).

Two Pieces of door jambs in pine, Ulvik Church Hardanger, Norway. Medieval AD when the nights got cold you carved. Viking Life, Viking Art, Norwegian Vikings, Viking Designs, Old Norse, Norse Symbols, Art Nouveau, Norse Vikings, Thinking Day

Two Pieces of door jambs in pine, Ulvik Church Hardanger, Norway. Medieval 700-1200 AD

saamiblog.blogspot.com/ Pieces of door jamb, 1st quarter of the 12th century, pine, Ulvik Church Hardanger, Norway. 700-1200 AD. Public file The Stave churches in Norway was part of the ancient culture in the Nordic before colonization in the Nordic. The Nordic areas were colonized by the Lutheran protestants that were supported by Germany in the early 1500's, this was a religious shift that included bloodshed and that marked the end of the pagan religious practices and the Catholic period…

New British Museum exhibition shows the art and culture of the Vikings

Treasures of the Vikings

A new exhibition at the British Museum in London strives to make people think again about the Scandinavian pillagers whose name means 'pirate' in Old Norse.

Viking Answer Lady Webpage - Carved Ivory Caskets and Reliquaries of Early Northern Europe Viking Dragon, Viking Art, Viking Woman, Ancient Runes, Norway Viking, Viking Designs, Germanic Tribes, Viking Culture, Pagan Art

Carved Ivory Caskets and Reliquaries of Early Northern Europe

Hylestad Church Doors, Norway, 12th cent. A.D.

The Wayland Kista ( Old Norse Chest. Norse Runes, Celtic Symbols, Celtic Art, Viking Designs, Celtic Designs, Vikings, Norway Viking, Viking Culture, Nordic Tattoo

The Wayland Kista ( Old Norse Chest.)

The Wayland Kista ( Old Norse Chest.) - LivingHistory.co.uk

 Photoed from my personal copy of Teutonic Myth & Legend by Donald Mackenzie circa Viking Life, Viking Art, Viking Woman, Viking Designs, Native American Symbols, Norse Vikings, Viking Tattoos, Celtic Art, Wooden Art

Forging of the Sword

These are wooden panels from a church at Hillestad, Norway. Romaneque style. Photoed from my personal copy of Teutonic Myth & Legend by Donald Mackenzie circa 1913.

Wood carvings of the Saga of the Volsungs: The Norse Epic of Sigurd the Dragon Slayer from the portal of Hylestad stave church, Setesdal, Norway, century Viking Dragon, Viking Art, Viking Life, Medieval Life, Viking Helmet, Viking Warrior, Vikings, Germanic Tribes, Old Norse

Sigurd fighting the dragon Fafnir

Detail of stave church door (~AD1200) from Hylestad, Setesdal, Aust-Agder Historical Museum (Historisk Museum), Oslo, Norway

Jelling Stones: In Memory of the Danish Kings - History of Vikings Art Viking, Rune Viking, Viking Life, Viking Ship, Images Viking, Viking Pictures, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Viking Culture

Why we love the Harley Irish Gospels

How better to celebrate St Patrick’s Day than to announce the digitisation of two important Irish manuscripts from the British Library's collections? Harley MS 1023 and Harley MS 1802 were both made in the 12th century in Armagh, St Patrick’s foundation and medieval cult centre. Here are 5 reasons why...

The Viking Museum ~ Oslo, Sweden. This expertly preserved VIking ship carving can be found at the museum along with many of the artifacts retrieved from the same site.

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Norway - the helmet found at Gjermundbu farm in Haugsbygd, near Hønefoss, Ringerike. Buskerud, is the only Viking age helmet that has ever been found

Examples of Tunics and coats from Anglo Saxon & viking age that could be made with several layers & padded out to make a 'Gambeson' design

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Amazing recreations of Viking Age burials by re-enactment group Andrimners Hemtagare - look at her spinning kit.

Talisman Nordique pour accompagner l'Ame pendant son dernier voyage

💀🐉❄ Talisman Nordique d'accompagnement au décès 💀🐉❄ Aux temps anciens, lors des décès, on enterrait les personnes avec leurs armes afin qu'elles puissent se défendre lors de ce voyage contre d'autres personnes qui ne voudraient pas elles que la personne continue ce voyage. On les enterrait également avec des victuailles pour qu'elles puissent donner des offrandes à leurs ancêtres et aux dieux et également pour qu'elles puissent avoir de quoi nourir leur ame. D'autres objets, tels que…