One of the major complaints we get from our readers regarding our viking jewelry is the lack of affordable options. Granted, since our focus is on wedding and engagement rings, being affordable is somewhat of an impossible task. As a result, we’ve been working on creating a comprehensive guide of some of our favorite affordable […]
Frithiof’s saga is one of the most popular ones in Scandinavia. It is so popular that it inspired people not just to translate it into other languages, but poets and artists created works of art because of it.
Here is a separate account of the two symbols, what they are, their origin, their symbolism over time and what meaning they have today.
Exploring the Viking warrior culture cannot be done only through the stories of their great kings and warriors. To entirely get the big picture, one needs to also have a look at the history of the berserkers, an extremely violent and wild sect of Norsemen.
Mainstream history is full of praises of great Viking warriors and the battles they fought. For most people, the word Viking means a ferocious warrior with horns on his battle helmet and a gigantic battle axe. At the same time, that same mainstream history speaks little to nothing for the evenly brave shield-maidens
Here we look at some of the most prominent examples and explain their symbolism. That way you can also have the luck and endurance of a Viking warrior.
Here we look at some of their greatest and bloodiest battles that helped shape Europe. The battles mentioned here are recorded by historians and scholars that lived during the Viking age. There are other stories of even greater battles, but they remain on the fringe of mythology and true history.
There are things that can’t be experienced through books and articles alone. Since we can’t travel back in time…
Marriage was more than a simple factor in the Viking culture, it was primarily, a contractual agreement between the families of the groom and the bride….
Contrary to the popular image most people have of vikings in their mind, a typical day would not mean fighting and killing people from dust till dawn. Neither does their characterization as unhygienic and constantly drunk fit historical records.