Credit: Figurehead of a Viking Longship, found at Oseberg, Norway (wood), Viking, (9th century) / Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway / The Bridgeman Art Library
Oseberg Viking Ship
10 Amazing Viking Sites in Norway for Fans of Vikings - These incredible sites are in one the world's most beautiful places. Rich with history and legends.
A ship barrow on Gotland. A ship barrow is a stone circle shaped like a ship. It was used during Viking times to mark a grave or a place of ceremony. There are about ten different ship barrows on Gotland.
The find of two Viking ships and 41 Vikings killed in battle on the Estonian Island Ösel puts a question mark to when did the Viking age started. Perhaps 50 years earlier than we have believed?
Oseberg viking bucket. This bucket was one of several found on on the ship. Made out of yew wood it is surrounded by decorative brass fittings and held together with iron hoops. A wooden ladle and 6-7 wild apples were found inside it.
Two Dragon heads from longship prow 8th century Oseberg, Norway