History Lesson: The Great Viking Attack on England
The Viking age was a short but memorable one. These brave and wild warriors and farmers explored, conquered, and colonized many parts of the world.
6 Toughest Viking Warriors Who Left Indelible Imprints
The word 'Viking' comes from the Old Norse language and means "a pirate raid”. Vikings were fierce and bloody warriors who were known to strike fear in the hearts of coastal villagers for their relentless acts of raiding and pillaging.
Joke: The Staring Viking
Content Joke: The Staring Viking joke A Viking sailed across Europe challenging people to staring...
The Life of an Average Viking Was Quite Fascinating!
Vikings have fascinated all of us. We have been regaled by the tales of various Viking warriors and kings for years. But do you know what the typical Viking lifestyle was like?
Up Helly Aa - The Viking Fire Festival!
Every year, thousands of scotsmen dress up in traditional viking military uniforms, paying homage to the celebrated viking past of the country. There are also costume parties, fun challenges and plenty of drinking, there's even a new beer only available at the event.
This Scottish Viking Festival Is a Fiery Sight to Behold
Up Helly Aa is a yearly Viking festival that takes place in the Shetland Isles (a subarctic archipelago that lies 170 km north of mainland Scotland), on the last Tuesday of January.
Watch an Incredible Restoration of a Viking Axe
Watch as this talented reconstruction artist restore a very rare Viking ax, taking it from an old, rusted antique to a beautiful creation, giving us a glance at its past glory.
Cheeky Joke: A Viking Wedding Night
Content Joke: A Viking Wedding Night joke Long ago, Olaf Swenson, out in his pasture in the ancient North, took a lightning-quick kick from a cow
QUIZ: Can You Solve These Ancient Viking Riddles?
We know that because they are taken from an ancient viking tale. It is called the Hervarar Saga. Its hero, Gestumblindi, is about to be executed by the viking king Heidrek.
Trivia Quiz: How Much Do You Know About the Vikings?
Trivia Quiz: How Much Do You Know About the Vikings? quiz Test your knowledge of all things related to the Vikings with this fun and family-friendly trivia quiz.
At the End of the World, There is a Beautiful Place
It has a small population of 24 thousand people, and a lot of Viking history stamped into its features. There is even a longhouse reconstruction and a Viking museum. Come with us as we explore the beauty of Lofoten.
5 Historical Battles that Have Quite the Story to Tell
The Victory of the Native Americans over the Vikings Christopher Columbus was not the first invader that the Native Americans had ever encountered since Norse colonists had already been there around five centuries earlier, as has been proven by archeologists and Norse legends that talk of a place called
Discover the Magical Land of Fjords and Green Hills
Much like Iceland, the Faroe Islands are a sparsely populated volcanic land of fjords and rolling hills that were colonized by Vikings in medieval times, and in many ways, the people of the islands retained much of the culture of their forbearers, including a language that remains nearly unchanged from
6 Intriguing Archaeological Finds of the 21st Century
Viking Women Were Warriors Image Source: Wiley Online Library/The Authors American Journal of Physical Anthropology Published by Wiley Periodicals Inc.
Do You Know What Speakers of Old English Called a Snake?
Word House Wouldn’t it be fun to make up kennings for modern things those Anglo Saxons and Vikings wouldn’t have been familiar with? Here are some we came up with. Can you think up ones of your own? 15. Frost Tower 16. Horseless Carriage 17. Serpent Cat 18.
15 of the OLDEST Ships Ever Found
15 of the Oldest Ships Ever Found history, vehicles, water, Vessel, ships, photo collection, Mediterranean, oldest, vikings, ancient ruins, ancient egypt Let’s learn of this early history of seamanship and shipbuilding by admiring 15 of the oldest surviving ships in the world
Can You Ace this Tricky Quiz about Myths and Folk Tales?
history, quiz, fable, bible, legend, Greek, trivia, Arabian Nights, mythology, vikings, Homer, folk tales Fables and myths are an important part of every culture. How well do you know these ones?
The Warlike People Who Changed European History Forever
Vikings isn’t the name of a civilization or nationality- it’s a profession Contrary to popular belief, there was never a Viking kingdom or a Viking culture. That’s because Viking is a job description, not an ethnicity or nationality.
50 Common Misconceptions Busted - Fascinating!
Well, did you know that vikings didn't wear horns, sushi doesn't mean raw fish and Napoleon was actually taller than average? These and 47 other myths are going to be exposed in this fascinating and entertaining video, so if you got one of those wrong, you may want to know what else you may learn!
Denmark Has So Much to See, You Won't Know Where to Start!
This charming place gave rise to the Viking civilization that flourished between the 8 th and 11 th Centuries. Currently home to 5.75 million people, Denmark was also the birthplace of famous author, Hans Christian Andersen.
Pillar Island - One of the World's Bizarre Places!
The Vikings gave it this name as its columnar basalt reminded them of their houses, which were built from vertically placed tree-logs. The island is entirely of volcanic origin. It lies about 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) west of the Isle of Mull. The area is 33 hectares (0.13 sq mi).
These Were the Most Fearsome Warriors In Human History
Norman warriors These descendants of the Vikings inherited brutal battle skills from their forefathers, with particular reference to their ability to fight on horseback. This meant that they had the ability to scythe through their opponents very quickly and make their escape.
These Rare Artifacts Are Bound to Take Your Breath Away...
A tiny North Indian statue of Buddha found in a Swedish Viking's grave (c. 600AD) 4. A Polish warrior's winged hussar armor (c. 1600AD) 5. Statue of Queen Cleopatra III, found in the sunken city of Thonis-Heracleion 6.
Denmark Has So Much to See, You Won't Know Where to Start