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The Vikings Bent Swords When They Buried the Dead

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The Vikings had a practice of bending Viking swords when they buried swords with the deceased. The archaeologists have put forward some reasons why the Vikings did this.

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Three Mind-Blown Viking Excavations

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The Vikings left exciting things not only on the written history but also somewhere under the ground. Here are three Viking excavations: Oseberg burial mound, the mass burial site newly found in Norway, and five Viking ships sunken in the same spot.

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Viking Ship Excavation

Norway Confirmed Viking Ship Excavation

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After more than 100 years, a Viking ship is going to be unearthed. This is going to be one of the most remarkable milestones for the Viking enthusiast community. This ship is more than 1000 years old.

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Sö 90 Runestone: 1000-Year-Old Stone Standing

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Once blown off by the explosives, the Sö 90 Runestone is so lucky to be assembled again by a team of archaeologists. This Viking stone dated back to more than 1000 years ago.

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Scandinavian Viking Architecture: Longhousese, Boathouses, and Ritual Houses

Scandinavian Viking Architecture: Longhousese, Boathouses, and Ritual Houses

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The Vikings have gone for centuries but some of their legacy stays with us.

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