Rus 10th century shield, the Norwegian Gulaþing and Frostaþing laws specify the construction of a shield. The shield should be made of wood with three iron bands and a handle fastened to the back side by iron nails.

Viking Shield - Rus century shield, the Norwegian Gulaþing and Frostaþing laws specify the construction of a shield. The shield should be made of wood with three iron bands and a handle fastened to the back side by iron nails.

Viking Houses

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stainless-pale-freedom: Viking warrior dress with weapons & armour

TRELLEBORGS, were viking ring fortresses, in Denmark, and Sweden. (Gatehouse) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viking_ring_castle

TRELLEBORGS, were viking ring fortresses, in Denmark, and Sweden.

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A celtic cat in the same style as my celtic wolf. [link] This was requested by Vector Celtic Cat

Viking Shield - Rus 10th century shield, the Norwegian Gulaþing and Frostaþing laws specify the construction of a shield. The shield should be made of wood with three iron bands and a handle fastened to the back side by iron nails.

Viking Shield - Rus century shield, the Norwegian Gulaþing and Frostaþing laws specify the construction of a shield. The shield should be made of wood with three iron bands and a handle fastened to the back side by iron nails.

Viking Thistle Brooch 9th - 11th Century Rich distinctive detail  4" Diameter 6" Pin   his page contains a collection of handcrafted  Museum Replica Penannular Style Brooches as well as Oval Brooches, Trefoil Brooches, Disk Brooches,  Roscrea Brooches and Fibulae in Silver and Bronze. At the bottom of this page, you can find various Clasps and Pins.

Viking Thistle Brooch - 11 th Century Rich distinctive detail

The Gokstad Viking ship. Little known fact: Norse ships began to use iron rivets beginning of 3rd cent AD (before they lashed planks together). Shipbuilders also put a tarred string of wool in the overlap between planks for a water tight seal, then the rivets went into place. Norsemen did not have saws...axes were the primary tool of choice.

The Gokstad Viking ship. Little known fact: Norse ships began to use iron rivets…

Mastefisk (øverst) og kølsvin (nederst) som de var udformet i bunden af vikingeskibet. Mastefisken muliggjorde, at masten kunne lægges ned.

Mast Fish (top) and hog (bottom) as they stood at the bottom of the Viking ship. Mast fish allowed the mast could be put down.

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