A viking ship. "The ship sailed across the murky waters; destruction coming and lean, the boat whisked toward our way. Warn the monks!' I gazed up at the ship and instantly knew that the monks could not find anything that could save us.
doesn't really look like a dragon to me. It is a terrifying image though so I can see why the Vikings included images of dragons on the front of their ships. It was a way to intimidate their opponents.
The great sea expeditions of the Viking Age - The basis of the great sea expeditions undertaken by the Vikings was ship technology. The Viking ship was a piece of high technology based upon hundreds of years of development and experience.
In the century, the people of Scandinavian countries of Norway, Denmark and Sweden found it difficult to produce enough food for their needs. The typical landscape of the Vikings included rocky lands, long winters, steep mountains an.
A century Thor's Hammer (Mjölnir) from Odeshog, Sweden. These pendants were widely used as religious amulets during the Viking era, with wearers hoping to invoke the favor of the thunder and fertility god Thor
Viking longboat ships were used to travel from one raid to another. The act of pillaging and conquering other lands has often left a negative stigma on the Vikings, but amongst the Gods of Norse Mythology;
VALHALLA - this is the place where the Vikings that died in battle would go for the afterlife. VALHALLA was located in ASGARD, where there were 540 doors. The doors were so wide that through each huge door, 800 warriors could walk side by side.
Yggdrasil In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil (pron. from Old Norse Yggdrasill, pronounced [ˈyɡːˌdrasilː]) is an immense tree that is central in Norse cosmology, in connection to which the nine worlds exist.