There was a period of time when it was though the Vikings and other Norsemen had a geographical disadvantage to finding new lands to visit and conquer."The discovery of a silver ring with an Arabic inscription in a Viking grave has added credence to the ancient accounts of Arab travellers in their encounters with the Norsemen, and points to a fascinating trade and cultural exchange.
Viking War
The Viking developed numerous tactics and strategies to deal with better equipped enemies and larger number in the enemy formations. A few of there ideas had taken their toll on their enemies and kept them in fear.
Viking Strategy
The old Vikings had many ways to teach their young without the actual experience of war when the children were still learning and kept from most dangers of the world.
The Old Norse
Vikings had the necessity to learn Old Norse as both a way to communicate early on and establish what they were talking about, like referencing an object with the first three syllables and more often then not it had a future  participation to other languages some of which are also included.
The Viking Diet
The Viking Age had so many things to worry about from finding supplies and wars and where to expand to as well as always needing resources as such as food.
The Viking Hunt
Anything the Vikings found was fair game. They hunted anything they could find. There are even tales of the Norse trailing whales back into land before completing their hunt so strategy was of their highest point as well as their weapons. 
The Coming of A Teen Viking
When a a Norse child had reached 16 winters they were seen as full functioning adults. Females became adults at a young age, 12 years old, and were allowed to seek marriage. Strange enough Kittens from the spouse were given...
Norse beginnings....
Many knew the Vikings to be savage, murderous and unstable in battle but few knew how it all began...It all started in one of their camps.
God of war, one of the Best Norse Mythology Inspired Game. HANDS DOWN!
Caution: this article contains minor spoilers for God of War.   Norse mythology develops ever greater in pop-culture. Parcels of individuals these days are recognizable with Marvel's captivating, galactic form of it, with parcels of jests and the periodic outsider made of rocks. God of War goes a somewhat diverse course, making a blood-spattered, obscurely broken world more associated to the real myths that Norse-freaks like myself cherish passionately. In this most current installment of the arrangement, our...
Assassin's Creed Valhalla, inspired by Vikings. Why you will Love the game!
Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Valhalla game and the Vikings TV show have a lot in common, but is an official crossover between the two possible?   With each houses taking vicinity in comparable instances and locations, the crossover capacity for Assassin's...
Odin, also called Wodan, Woden, or Wotan, one of the principal gods in Norse mythology. His exact nature and role, however, are difficult to determine because of the complex picture of him given by the wealth of archaeological and literary sources. The Roman historian Tacitus stated...
Loki, in Norse mythology, a cunning trickster who had the ability to change his shape and sex. Although his father was the giant Fárbauti, he was included among the Aesir (a tribe of gods). Loki was represented as the companion of the great...
Fenrir, also called Fenrisúlfr, monstrous wolf of Norse mythology. He was the son of the demoniac god Loki and a giantess, Angerboda. Fearing Fenrir’s strength and knowing that only evil could be expected of him, the gods bound him with a magical chain made of the sound...
Detailed Norse symbols and History
Viking History   Viking Symbols and Meanings Welcome! After reading this article, please check out our online Viking store with over 800 unique items including jewelry, drinking horns, shirts, home decor and more.   A quick note about Viking SymbolsWe sell hundreds of Viking jewelry items with various symbols, so it is helpful to...
Meaning of Deer in Norse Mythology
Viking Deer Tattoo Posted by Ms Elly on July 23, 2018 Viking Deer Tattoo Animals and birds in Norse mythology carried with themselves the certain meaning of symbolism and magic when they appeared. For example, Viking wolf was for the wild power, destruction and creation, or Viking raven for mystery and...
Viking helmets
Viking helmets The popular image of the Vikings is one of fearsome warriors wearing horned helmets. Many depictions of the Vikings display this particular attribute. However, there is only one preserved helmet from the Viking Age and this does not...
Understanding Viking History
Viking Symbols and Meanings Explained Posted by Ms Elly on August 15, 2018 Viking Symbols and Meanings Explained Symbols played a very important in Viking life. They were not merely symbols to decorate household or clothes but they possessed the Viking religious belief...
What are Viking Runes & what do they mean?

What are Viking Runes & what do they mean?

In Norse lore, the god, Odin, impaled his heart with his own spear and hung on the world tree, Yggdrasil, for nine days and nights all to perceive the meaning of the runes.  The runes were symbols that sprang from the Well of Urd – the source of fate – and the Norns used these runes to carry that fate up the trunk and branches of Yggdrasil to the nine worlds amidst its boughs.