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A photograph of an installation on the Norse gods and goddesses and pagan worship in Dublinia, one of many in the Viking section of the center. For more information, and to plan your visit, see http://www.dublinia.ie/

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The entrance to the Dublinia experience in Dublin features a scale replica of the prow of Havhingsten (The Sea Stallion from Glendalough) which is visible through the glass from the street outside Dublinia. The Sea Stallion is a reconstruction of the…

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Some important dates in the Viking Age, both in Dublin and in the wider Viking World. This is one of the first displays that visitors to Dublinia encounter. For more information, and to arrange a visit, seehttp://www.dublinia.ie/

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Assorted Viking-Age artefacts from excavations in York, including bone needles, loom weights and wooden objects on display in the temporary Jorvik: Home and Abroad Exhibition in St Mary’s, Coppergate. Photo taken by Kisha G. Tracy.

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Viking Age artefacts from excavations in York, including beads, finger rings, pottery and whetstones on display in the temporary Jorvik: Home and Abroad Exhibition in St Mary’s, Coppergate. Photo taken by Kisha G. Tracy.

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Reconstructed Viking pots in a market stall in Viking Jorvik. Part of the temporary exhibit Jorvik: Home and Abroad in St Mary’s, Coppergate. Photo taken by Kisha G. Tracy.

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Models of Norse townspeople on the streets of Viking Jorvik. Part of the temporary exhibit Jorvik: Home and Abroad in St Mary’s, Coppergate. Photos taken by Kisha G. Tracy.

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A model of a child in Viking Jorvik. Part of the temporary exhibit Jorvik: Home and Abroad in St Mary’s, Coppergate. Photo taken by Kisha G. Tracy.

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A model of a beggar on the streets of Viking Jorvik. Part of the temporary exhibit Jorvik: Home and Abroad in St Mary’s, Coppergate. Photo taken by Kisha G. Tracy.

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A display demonstrating some of the objects made from horn in York during the Viking Age, including spoons, jewellery and drinking horns. Part of the temporary exhibit Jorvik: Home and Abroad in St Mary’s, Coppergate. Photos taken by Kisha G.…

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A display including some of the items brought from Norway to trade in York during the Viking Age, including dried fish, animal skins, antlers and soapstone, as well as a replica Viking ship. Part of the temporary exhibit Jorvik: Home and Abroad in St…

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From the official website:

"Working in partnership with York Museums Trust, The JORVIK Group invites you to discover the hustle and bustle of Viking-age York in this special exhibition exploring trade, industry and everyday life in the city over…

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An interactive Viking-themed tour in Dublin. Photographed in Dublin, August 2016.The amphibious vehicles are named after Norse gods.As described on the Viking Splashwebsite: "Let the Vikings show you the sites and scenes of the capital city from a…

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A virtual tour of the Ribe VikingCenter, demonstrating the layout of the three main areas and allowing families to plan their visit to the Center.For more information about the Center, see item#1007and the officialwebsite

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A re-enactor in traditional Viking attire, manning the archery range in Ribe VikingCenter. His clothing includes a tunic and hood, trousers,puttees and leather shoes. There is more information on dress at the Nationalmuseet website.For more…

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A chalk mural decorating the interior of one of the larger reconstructed townhouses in Ribe VikingCenter (the Thing-Hall)and telling the history of the Vikings in Ribe. It was produced using authentic materials and techniques by artist Trine Theut in…

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Children of volunteer re-enactors at Ribe VikingCenter engaged in traditional games. Many items interpreted as toys and games have been recovered from Viking sites. For more information on some of these reconstructed games, see the Hurstwic webpage…

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Ever wondered what a Viking-Age toilet looked like? Well, this is a reconstruction of a rather lavish outdoor privy in the reconstruction of townhouses from c. 825 at the Ribe VikingCenter.For more information about the Center, see item #1007 and the…

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The reconstruction of a wharf at Ribe VikingCenter, including a boat constructed in collaboration with the Roskilde Viking Ship Museum. The wharf is part of the Market Place, an authentic reconstruction of a site from the eighth century. The unusual…

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Boat-builder using traditional techniques and tools to reconstruct a small clinker-built boat at the wharf area of the Ribe VikingCenter. Ships were vital for local trade and transport as well as for raiding activities and exhibitions further…
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