ome of the Lewis Chessmen may not have been chessmen at all according to new research. The and century gaming pieces which were discovered in Uig on the Isle of Lewis in 1831 are considered to be Scotland’s most renowned archaeological find.
“Finger-ring, gold, Gold finger-ring formed from four tightly twisted gold rods, tapering slightly towards their ends; these are hammered together to form a narrow oblong band, which is flat and plain. the rods consist of two plain thick.
Pennons and Standards from the Bayeux tapestry. "In all, thirty-seven pennons borne on lances by various knights are represented in the Bayeux tapestry, and of these twenty-eight have triple points, whilst others have two, four or five.
William Duke of Normandy’s historic victory over the Saxon army of King Harold on October leading to the conquest of England and the eventual replacement of the Anglo-Saxon dominated society by a Norman French
Replica of a Viking Long House (Interior). The kettle was added to from time to time with what they had or the men of the house brought home. There were no schools for along time: language, writing, variety of life were minimal.