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  • The Vikings believed there are two types of gods, the Æsir and the Vanir, but they also believed in other beings such as giants, dwarfs, and other creatures. And you, what Norse God do you prefer ?
  • The Vikings believed there are two types of gods, the Æsir and the Vanir, but they also believed in other beings such as giants, dwarfs, and other creatures. And you, what Norse God do you prefer ?
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  • I want more of this Silver Surfer
  • I want more of this Silver Surfer
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  • Although regular access to running water wasn’t a thing back then, Vikings took great care of themselves, once again defying the “savages” stereotype. They bathed once a week on Saturdays, or “laurdag” – “washing day”. They were also quite vain, and used hair combs, tweezers and even “ear spoons” made of animal bone.It’s also believed that they made their own soap.
  • Although regular access to running water wasn’t a thing back then, Vikings took great care of themselves, once again defying the “savages” stereotype. They bathed once a week on Saturdays, or “laurdag” – “washing day”. They were also quite vain, and used hair combs, tweezers and even “ear spoons” made of animal bone.It’s also believed that they made their own soap.
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  • Goodbye Ragnar 🖤🖤🖤
  • Goodbye Ragnar 🖤🖤🖤
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  • In the literature, Viking ships are usually seen divided into two broad categories: merchant ships and warships. These categories are overlapping; some kinds of merchant ships, built for transporting cargo specifically, could also be used as warships. The majority of Viking ships were designed for sailing rivers, fjords and coastal waters, while a few types, such as the knarr, could navigate the open sea and even the ocean.
  • In the literature, Viking ships are usually seen divided into two broad categories: merchant ships and warships. These categories are overlapping; some kinds of merchant ships, built for transporting cargo specifically, could also be used as warships. The majority of Viking ships were designed for sailing rivers, fjords and coastal waters, while a few types, such as the knarr, could navigate the open sea and even the ocean.
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