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Viking, Haithabu. Version of costume. Nice enterpretation. Dont know about the hood though.

A simple kit done well is superior in every way to an elaborate kit done badly. Each part of this kit is based on documentary and archaeological evidence.

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Your passage way to Americas Victorian Era and all of it’s Country Roots, Family, Home, Arts & Crafts and a wonderful lifestyle!

elisenhof bag

Elisenhof bag - perfect for carrying contact cards, jewellery or money in, and very simple to make

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The Bayeux Tapestry - chronicles the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. It is actually and embroidered cloth and is nearly 230 feet long. The fact that it survived in such amazing shape since it's creation (no one knows exactly when but it is mentioned in the 1400's) is incredible... Been there!

The Bayeux Tapestry - chronicles the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. It is actually and embroidered cloth and is nearly 230 feet long. The fact that it survived in such amazing shape since it's creation is incredible.

Rainbow Over Kirkufell

Kistufell in Iceland. If you love rainbows you will defenately see them in Iceland. This is my beautiful country. If you ever want to see amazing nature then visit Iceland. -saedis Photo by Peter Hammer

According to Stephens (Handbook of the Old-Northern Runic Monuments of Scandinavia and England) The inscription on the sword reads oh卍muþ from right to left. He interpreted the swastika as being used to represent the syllable þur for the god Thor, and thus expanded the reading to oh Þurmuþ meaning “Owns [me], Thurmuth”. This reading was inspired by the idea that the swastika was used as a symbol of Thor (more precisely, of Thor’s hammer) in Viking Age Norse paganism.

According to Stephens (Handbook of the Old-Northern Runic Monuments of Scandinavia and England) The inscription on the sword reads oh卍muþ from right to left. He interpreted the swastika as being used to represent the syllable þur for the god Thor, and thus expanded the reading to oh Þurmuþ meaning “Owns [me], Thurmuth”. This reading was inspired by the idea that the swastika was used as a symbol of Thor (more precisely, of Thor’s hammer) in Viking Age Norse paganism.

Merchant name tags from Bergen inscribed with runes

Merchant name tags from Bergen inscribed with runes

The Dohop Christmas Calendar Giveaway

The Dohop Christmas Calendar Giveaway travel opportunity contest competition Ireland holiday wanderlust

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