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3 fridge magnets, 2 from Sweden and 1 from Norway. The two magnets to the left are probably from recent years, ( since 2010), while the one to far right is probably from 1980's. The magnets are classic examples of the stereotypical Viking with…

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The shoulder-sleeve and shoulder loop insignia of Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) from this high-school in Bulter, GA. They feature a horned helmet and battle axes, and a viking warrior emerging from a viking ship respectively.…

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The article describes how the authors performed a network analysis of the Íslendinga sögur to gather quantitative information on interrelationships between characters and to compare saga society to other social networks.

Mac Carron, P. & Kenna,…

This contribution explores an aspect of boat burials in the second half of the first millennium ad across Northern Europe, specifically boat burials that included equipment for board games (surviving variously as boards and playing pieces, playing…

Bar named after the Vikings in this small town in A Coruña, near Santiago de Compostela. The Vikings did reach this part of Galicia, first raiding the coast in the mid ninth century, but the connection to the Vikings in this specific town is not…

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A map of some of the Danish place names with connections to the Norse gods,on display in an exhibition on legacy at Kongernes Jelling (Royal Jelling) Experience Centre.See theirwebsitefor more information.

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Grágás is the Icelandic law code that exists in several editions. This is the edition found in Codex Regius.

Bibliographic reference for most recent printing:
'Grágás: Konungsbók genoptrykt efter Vilhjálmur Finsens udgave 1852', ed. by…

Clip of a documenrary broadcast on RTÉ 1 in 1989 about the Wood Quay excavations, and made available in theRTÉ Archives.See for a…

A poster from 1957 by Trygve B. Pedersen for Norwegian American Line, with the slogan ''Norway - Enjoy Your Trip Go By Ship'.

Sailing Boat 'Odin' found at Germaniahafen in Kiel.

An online exhibition from RTÉ Archives using archive footage to tell the story of the Wood Quay excavations and the public protests in the 1970s and 80s.

Four chapters:
01 ‘Save Wood Quay’ Campaign
02 Viking Site and Proposals
03 Dig,…

Replicas of placards used during the demonstrations against the development of the Wood Quay site in Dublin in the 1970s. Dublin City Council's Civic Offices were built on the site of Viking Dublin, after some of the most important excavations of a…

Poster from the 1930s advertising Scandinavia as a travel destination with the slogan 'See the Lands of the Vikings'. A. Bortzells TR. AB. STMLN

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Statue by artist Josef Wackerle, entitled 'The Fates', and depicting the Norns Urðr, Verðandi and Skuld weaving the fates of men. It was a gift to the people of Ireland from the German Federal Government for their help taking in child refugees…

A traffic light box outside Four Couts in Dublin painted with a scene entitled 'The Viking Holiday' by Hugh Madden, as part of the Dublin Canvas Project.

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A graffiti tag in San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, California showing that 'Thor' has been there.

''Truso – the legend of the Baltic Sea' is the title of a new exhibition presented in the Museum of Archaeology and History in Elbląg. Until recently we knew Truso only from its name, which was written down by an Anglo-Saxon sailor Wulfstan. In…
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