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Viking Wolf Howling Symbol meaning Viking wolf jewelry

Viking Wolf Howling Symbol: Madness, Destruction, and Reborn

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Wolf is the most controversial symbol in any mythology and culture. The Viking howling wolf which once was a bit of bad luck is now a positive symbol presenting the determination, the destruction and reborn.

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Viking Cult of Thor Proven by Viking Artifact

Viking Cult of Thor Proven by Viking Artifact

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Thor was among the most important in Norse Pantheon. In the Viking age, the Vikings worshipped Thor so much that they created their jewelry depicting Thor and his hammer as the amulet.

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Jormungand: From the Banished Child to the Fearsome Midgard Serpent

Jormungand: From the Banished Child to the Fearsome Midgard Serpent

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Jormungand was the son of Loki in Norse mythology. Since he was a child, Jormungand was banished into the deep ocean by the gods. But when Ragnarok broke on the sky, Jormungand answered the call by teaming with his father and siblings.

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Viking dagger in the belt of the warrior

Viking Dagger Symbolism: When Preparation Determines Success

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Viking dagger is among the less known weapons in the Viking age. But a small Viking dagger can turn the table in a battle by permanently putting an end to the life of the opponents. Generally, the dagger was a useful tool for the Vikings at their time for making their life easier.

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Skuldelev ships on display at the museum

Skuldelev Ships: Five Viking Ships Sank In One Spot

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Viking ships were not used to transport people and cargo only. They were also used for ritual and defense purpose. Archaeologists excavated up to 5 Viking ships from the bed of the river, suggesting the Vikings once used these ships to make the defense for their town.

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