This helix of the Norse alphabet was made with stainless steel in mind encapsulating common Viking runes.
One of the most enduring images in our imaginations of Vikings is of their funerals where a body would be put on a boat that would be set on fire and pushed out to sea. Unlike many myths about Vikings, this one is at least partially true, but it was reserved for the extremely wealthy. In some cases, the boats were pushed out to sea and burned, and in others, the Viking was placed in the ship and the whole thing would be buried along with personal possessions and even sacrificed thralls. So at least something we knew about the Vikings was actually right.