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Snowcream Ltd is a milk company based in Glenville, Co. Waterford, Ireland, which uses a Viking ship for the branding of Snowcream milk. For more information, see the website at

Eamonn McEneaney, (Waterford Treasures Museum), ‘Bringing the Vikings to Life in the Museum Environment’. Chaired by John Sheehan. Presentation at the IRC-Funded Conference ''Rediscovering the Vikings', UCC, 25 Nov. 2016.

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A replica Viking ship on display outside Reginalds Tower Viking Museum.

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A Viking ship carving in Reginalds Tower Viking Museum, Waterford city

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A reconstructed Viking Ship outside Reginalds Tower Viking Museum in Waterford.

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A replica Viking ship outside Reginalds Tower Viking Museum in Waterford.

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Excavation records in storage at Waterford City Archives. Excavations of Viking and medieval Waterford carried out between 1986-1992. Visits to the archives can be arranged at…

Three museums in Waterford's Viking Triangle. Reginald's Tower houses a number of Viking exhibits.

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Sign for 'Viking House', a hostel situated within the Viking Triangle in Waterford City.

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An Post stamp issued in 2014 to celebrate the Battle of Clontarf anniversary, and featuring the Waterford Kite Brooch (c.1090) overlaid on a map of Waterford city. The brooch was discovered in excavations in Waterford city, and is a superlative…

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Photograph of Reginald's Tower in Waterford, built in the thirteenth-century on the site of the existing Viking-Age wooden tower, and taking its name from the Hiberno-Norse ruler Ragnall MacGillemaire, son of Ívar. It now houses the the Waterford…

An outline map of Viking Waterford, based on evidence from excavations in the city.

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This intricately decorated item, discovered in an excavation in Waterford City, was a trial piece, perhaps intended to be made into a comb. It is currently on display in Reginald's Tower Museum, Waterford.
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