BaviPower Viking Blog — Viking Excavation and Artifact

The burial site in Scar where the ship was damaged because of the tides.

Viking Excavation in Scar: Buried In Boat, Destroyed By Tides

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In this blog post, we are to discuss the grave burial in Scar, Scotland that belonged to the Viking Age. There were three individuals buried inside the grave along with many grave goods but the ship was forever gone because of the exposure to tides.

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Top three unbelievable Viking grave goods that you should know about

Top 3 Unbelievable Viking Grave Goods That You Should Know

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In the Viking Age, they had a tradition of burying goods in the grave of their deceased beloved. In this blog post, we are to unveil the story what kinds of unbelievable things were buried in the Viking graves.

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Viking funeral ritual. What were the common grave goods in the Viking Age?

Viking Grave Goods: Gifts For the Deceased in Afterlife

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In this blog post, we are to find out what are the common Viking grave goods in the Viking Age. The Vikings had a tradition of burying the deceased with their personal items with a belief that the deceased ones would continue to live their afterlife.

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Viking warriors worshipped Odin, Thor, and Freyr. This blog post is to discuss some kinds of Viking sacrifice in the Viking Age

Viking Sacrifice Which You Probably Don't Know About

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In this blog post, we discuss three kinds of Viking sacrifice in the Viking age. The Vikings once made many sacrifices for either their gods or their deceased beloved as a way to pay tribute and to wish for protection.

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Viking Runestone explanation

Sigurd Stones: A Legend On the Stone For Decades

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Viking runestone was not only for the gift for the deceased but also a way for the Vikings to tell the story of their legends. In this blog post, we discuss the runestones that vividly told the story of Sigurd the Dragonslayer in Viking mythology.

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