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Vikingeskibene var af vidt forskellig størrelse og konstruktion. Her er vist tværsnit af en række af de bedst bevarede skibe.

The bottoms of all the different viking ships. Whether the ships were for distributing people or war or transporting goods.

Grubenhaus - 'Dug Out' House

Grubenhaus - 'Dug Out' House

Viking settlement  Coins and other finds date the site to the 9th century AD and these along with the layout, construction and shape of the buildings have led archaeologists to interpret the site as a Norse farmstead. Source: King, Alan (1978) ‘Ribblehead’ Current Archaeology. No 61 pp38-41

Out of Oblivion aims are to increase your enjoyment of the Yorkshire Dales and to help you understand more about the unique cultural landscape of the area created through the interactions of people and nature over thousands of years

a long article about Viking turf houses... Hurstwic website is an awesome resource for other historical info about Viking lifestyle!

a long article about Viking turf houses. Hurstwic website is an awesome resource for other historical info about Viking lifestyle!

Inside the Chieftain's Hall at the Rosala Viking Center, Finland.

Inside the Chieftain's Hall at the Rosala Viking Center, Finland.

Haithabu (Hedeby) viking village/town. It was, together with Birka, one of the most important market and trading places on the baltic sea. It must have been awesome seeing people from Arabia and eastern Europe, trading with people from Iceland and Ireland. Haithabu was as cosmopolitan, as modern day London!

Hedeby (German Haithabu) was an important Viking Age trading settlement in the to the centuries near the southern end of the Jutland Peninsula, now in the Schleswig-Flensburg district of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.