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Julie Mell and Shaun Bennett (North Carolina State University), ‘ Immersive Visualisations and 3D-Printed Objects in the Teaching and Curating of Viking Sites and Artefacts’. Chaired by Orla Murphy. Remote presentation at the IRC-Funded…

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Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough (Durham University), ‘ The Great Viking Fake Off: Norse Forgeries in America’. Chaired by Alison Killilea. Presentation at the IRC-Funded Conference ''Rediscovering the Vikings', UCC, 25 Nov. 2016.

This popular website, run by writer Dan McCoy, intends to provide "reliable, well-documented information on the fascinating mythology and religion of the Norse/Germanic peoples." It has a section on learning Old Norse.

A comprehensive Old Norse online course from the University of Texas at Austin, produced by Todd B. Krause and Jonathan Slocum. It is divided into lessons, and covers the main points of Old Norse grammar, as well as reading practice. Access at…

The lesson plan was designed to supplement the reading of the book, "Viking It and Liking It" by Jon Scieszka, which is part of a series of books called Time Warp Trio. This was then turned into a television series. Instead of playing Viking…

Documentary about the replica of the Gokstad ship that crossed the Atlantic in the late nineteenth century. For more information, see

The logo of 'Friends of the Viking Ship' which aims to "to facilitate the preservation of the 1893 Viking Ship as an important artifact from the Columbian Exposition, and to advocate its public display in a permanent museum setting with adequate…

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One of the earliest reconstructions, the 'Viking' is a replica of the Gokstad ship and was built in Framnes Shipyard in Sandefjord, Norway in 1892-93. It sailed across the Atlantic to the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The Viking is now…

Pathfinder is a 2007 action film directed by Marcus Nispel, which imagines a conflict between Vikings and Native Americans. Like many films of its genre, it takes great liberties with the history of the Norse in North America. Photo taken by Rebecca…

A gift shop in Niagara-on-the-Lake, with a dragon-prowed viking ship as a logo. The connection with the Vikings is unclear.

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From Contributor: "This is a great group of people I have the privilege of working with this summer, they are from the Tsilhqot’in Nation in western B.C. Canada, and although First Nation / Viking contact may be limited to brand logos on safety…
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