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Viking Answer Lady Webpage - Alcoholic Beverages and Drinking Customs of the Viking Age  awesome website with tons of facts

Viking drinking horns from Söderby-Karl, Sweden; drinking horns were reserved for noble man and heroes only

THOR, THUNDERSTONES & SEA URCHINS Sea urchin fossils have been found in burial…

irisharchaeology: “ A Viking Age amulet fashioned out of fossilised sea urchin and bronze, Lindholm, Denmark ”

En levande vikingastad | Fotevikens Museum

En levande vikingastad | Fotevikens Museum

Viking Personal Implements Carried at the Belt. http://darksuntattoo.deviantart.com/art/Viking-Toilettenbesteck2-290459278

Vikings were quite vain about their appearance. In fact, combs, tweezers, razors and ear spoons are among some of the most frequent artifacts from Viking Age excavations. These same excavations have also shown that the Vikings made soap.

Pskov sleeve cuff fragment, 10th- 11th c. The woman's grave also contained two fragments of silk cuffs, made from a red-violet silk samite. The length of the complete cuff was 12.5 cm and the width near the wrist would have been 10 cm when folded. The lower hems of the cuffs were trimmed with a narrow band of cloth while the upper edges were rolled inside out. The cuffs would have been sewn onto the linen sleeves of the serk.

Information about the Pskov chamber grave burials, including tomb "Varangian mistress", tomb "Pskov sarafan" as well as others.