All  
Advanced search

The search found 472 results in 3.658 seconds.

Search results

  1. Researchers Discover 'Allah' Inscribed in Vikings Burial Costumes

    ... While it is well documented that the Vikings did engage in trade with the Islamic World (such as ... burial costume with an inscription of Allah on it? If the Vikings really did adopt Islamic religious and cultural ... not been addressed by scholars and expert in the study of Vikings? Surely this finding, if it is true would not be kept ...

    killahbeez587 - 07/04/2018 - 18:09

  2. Halfdan Ragnarsson: Viking Commander and King of Dublin

    ... Hvitserk, probably a nickname for Halfdan, in the series Vikings. ( CC BY SA ) Halfdan Ragnarsson, Son of Ragnar ... Beheading Æthelflæd, The Medieval Queen Who Took on the Vikings to Save Her Kingdom In any case, Halfdan and his ... the latter half of the 9th century. History Channel ‘Vikings’ Hvitserk ( Halfdan) on the far left, with his ...

    dhwty - 02/03/2018 - 18:57

  3. New study shows Viking women accompanied men on voyages to colonize far-flung lands

    The reputation of the Scandinavian Vikings presents the men as brutal warriors that went off ... to village life. But new genetic research has shown that Vikings took their families with them on voyages to set up ... lands. "It overthrows this 19th century idea that the Vikings were just raiders and pillagers. They established ...

    Mark Miller - 09/12/2014 - 22:08

  4. Evidence for Vikings in Canada Grows with Surprising Find of Ironworking Site in Newfoundland

    ... Columbus arrived. Did a Native American travel with the Vikings and arrive in Iceland centuries before Columbus set ... of the metal that would have been very attractive to Vikings . It has other features, too, that may have attracted ... Geographic says. Other things that may have attracted the Vikings include turf for constructing houses and chert for ...

    Mark Miller - 01/04/2016 - 21:45

  5. Tracking the Genetic Fingerprints of the Viking Woman Hunters

    ... study of hundreds of ancient humans’ DNA, including 34 Vikings, has pinpointed the influence of Scandinavian Vikings on the genetic makeup of Europe. Scientists have ... on the “maritime expansion” of Scandinavian Vikings between 750–1066 AD, revealing hitherto unknown ...

    ashley cowie - 16/09/2020 - 16:00

  6. Did Scandinavian Vikings Carry Leprosy To Ireland?

    ... five bodies excavated in Ireland suggest Vikings brought leprosy to the Emerald Isle. The skeletal ... remains of five bodies excavated in Ireland suggest Vikings brought leprosy to the Emerald Isle. Leprosy , also ... might have been delivered by 9th century Scandinavian Vikings . Leprosy Testing From Five Ancient Hosts According ...

    ashley cowie - 14/09/2019 - 22:53

  7. The Headless Vikings of Dorset

    ... concluded that the remains belonged to Scandinavian Vikings . The sheer size of this burial is particularly ... been high-ranking individuals. The mass grave of headless Vikings found in Dorset. Credit: Oxford Archaeology There ... location in conflicts between native Saxons and invading Vikings. It is also speculated that the executions may have ...

    mrreese - 01/12/2014 - 00:39

  8. Norwegian Vikings Cultivated Cannabis

    ... cannabis in the Viking Age. The question is how the Vikings used the fibers, seeds and oil from this versatile ... cannabis in the Viking Age . The question is how the Vikings used the fibers, seeds and oil from this versatile ... hashish production. It is however uncertain whether the Vikings used cannabis as a drug. The plant was most likely ...

    ancient-origins - 28/12/2017 - 01:53

  9. Evidence Of Viking Mercenary District Found Near Istanbul

    ... the team found numerous artifacts that belong to the Vikings. For example, the experts unearthed a cross made from ... stated that “We unearthed seven clues that indicated the Vikings once lived here” reports Hurriyet Daily News .  The Vikings had a long history of interactions with the ...

    Ed Whelan - 27/08/2020 - 18:16

  10. Norsemen transformed international culture, manufacturing, tech and trade during Viking Era

    The notorious reputation of the Vikings spanned thousands of years and across many lands. ... and plundering is what many still imagine when speaking of Vikings. However, far from being simple barbarians, the Vikings are now known to be expert navigators, explorers, ...

    lizleafloor - 26/02/2015 - 01:04

  11. Archaeologist to delve into Viking presence in Spain

    Many people do not realize how far and wide the Vikings of the 8 th to 11 th centuries ranged. They voyaged ... Sea and up into Eastern Europe and Russia. Unusually, the Vikings’ presence in one particular place that they landed ... to some people’s blue eyes and ginger hair. Maybe some Vikings of that time and place were known as Erico el Rojo ...

    Mark Miller - 24/12/2014 - 01:19

  12. Archaeologists Uncover Evidence of Huge Viking Camp in England

    ... away back to Scandinavia. While that was true of many Vikings, archaeologists have uncovered evidence of a huge ... up for the winter of 872 to 873, was home to thousands of Vikings, says a press release on the Sheffield University ... except Wessex. In 871, Alfred the Great of Essex paid the Vikings to leave. In 875, the Vikings attacked Wessex, but ...

    Mark Miller - 19/05/2017 - 22:59

  13. Viking Raids and Long-distance Oceanic Explorations Were All Enabled by Tar

    What exactly inspired the 8th century Vikings of Scandinavia to sharpen their farming tools, to ... long been debated. What exactly inspired the 8th century Vikings of Scandinavia to sharpen their farming tools, to ... tar pits in Scandinavia increased dramatically just as Vikings began raiding other parts of Europe.” The Viking ...

    ashley cowie - 08/11/2018 - 13:59

  14. “Never Before Has Such a Terror Appeared”: Viking Raids into Ireland – Part I

    Vikings struck terror into the hearts of many in ... brutes, blood thirsty, and a cool people. But who were the Vikings, and what were the causes of their raids across Northern Europe? Vikings struck terror into the hearts of many in ...

    Cam Rea - 29/11/2017 - 15:25

  15. Viking Camp Complete with Ship Building and Weapon Workshops Unearthed in England

    The craftsmanship and shipbuilding capabilities of the Vikings are often overshadowed by stereotypical images of ... Derbyshire help us reflect on the oft-forgotten skills of Vikings away from their homeland. The craftsmanship and shipbuilding capabilities of the Vikings are often overshadowed by stereotypical images of ...

    Alicia McDermott - 22/11/2017 - 19:06

  16. Mice Remains Indicate a Viking Visit to Madeira

    In a recent article on the Vikings in South America, it was indicated how scientists had ... from Denmark before Columbus. In a recent article on the Vikings in South America , it was indicated how scientists ... Science now accepts as reasonable the probability that Vikings from Denmark and Schleswig reached the Atlantic ...

    Geoffrey Brooks - 03/07/2020 - 22:42

  17. March 29: When Viking and Christian Sun Gods Drew Swords

    ... Jewelry: Revealing an Intricate Cultural History of the Vikings 8 Notorious Vikings Who Left Their Bloody Marks on History Was Prayer to ... Fury of the Sun Gods Fans of History Channel’s hit-show, Vikings , know him as the legendary ...

    ashley cowie - 29/03/2020 - 22:05

  18. Men from the Land of Amber: The Shocking History of the Fierce Curonians

    ... the neighboring shores. So fierce were they, that even the Vikings feared them! And if a Viking fears someone, you can ... tale of Europe’s last pagans and the great bane of the Vikings. Fearsome Curonians and Their Neighbors “There lies ... influential. The Curonian Tribe: Fierce and Hostile Baltic Vikings From even their earliest mentions, the Curonian tribe ...

    Aleksa Vučković - 13/08/2020 - 01:59

  19. A Viking Flame Reborn: Myths and History Hidden in the Depths of Blackener's Cave

    ... in Viking times. Surtshellir has been linked to the Vikings. ( Surtshellir ) It was the Vikings who colonized Iceland in official records, the ... Challenge Establishment Dogma to Reveal History of Ivory Vikings Typical passage shapes in the ...

    Riley Winters - 05/06/2017 - 19:06

  20. Evidence of Waterway Engineered By Vikings Discovered In Scotland

    ... connecting the North Atlantic with the Scapa Flow, where Vikings are thought to have anchored their longships . ... Viking Waterway and the Legacy of the Sea Dragons The Vikings first settled in the Orkney Islands in the late 700s ... how this channel was used we must drop the notion that Vikings were “only” wealth obsessed plunderers gathering ...

    ashley cowie - 05/08/2020 - 18:35

Pages