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Nine Noble Virtues from the Vikings that instruct a healthy lifestyle

The Nine Noble Virtues: 9 Life-Changing Codes Revealed

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Nine Noble Virtues is a set of moral guidelines and life-changing codes for those who need. Scholars extracted the Nine Noble Virtues after studying and researching the major sources of Norse mythology and Viking sagas.

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L'Anse Aux Meadow Viking settlement in America

L'Anse aux Meadows: Viking Settlement Proved Sagas Real?

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L'Anse aux Meadows is among the famous UNESCO World Heritage. Cool thing is that this spot is located in North America but it belongs to the Vikings. According to the Viking Sagas, this place is connected with the American discovery of Leif Erikson who found out North America approximately 500 years before the Spanish.

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Viking Graves with Beheaded Skeletons Suggested Slave Sacrifice

Viking Graves with Beheaded Skeletons Suggested Slave Sacrifice

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The archaeologists excavated Viking graves in Norway. What excited and terrified them the most was the finding of headless skeletons inside the graves. After studying on the skeletons, the archaeologists concluded that the headless skeletons might have belonged to the slaves in their community.

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Ymir the first and the biggest giant in Norse mythology

The Giant in Norse Myth Was Not Really Giant and Cruel

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In Norse mythology, not all of the giants were enormous. And not all of them were the villains in the mythology. The misunderstanding toward the Norse giants took place when the word "Jotun" was translated into "giant".

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Odin the Allfather was the Viking supreme god who was the god of war, death, wisdom, and poetry

Hlidskjalf Odin's Throne: Best Place to Observe Nine Worlds

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Odin had his High Throne Hlidskjalf in Asgard. A Throne for a ruler of a kingdom presented not only his power but also his observation over his world. The High Throne of Odin referred to his power of observation over the Nine Worlds.

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