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Vikings and Normans ᐉ Viking Armor, Banners, Axes, Chainmail, Drinking Horns, Helmets, Swords, Shields

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Vikings is the modern name for a group of seafaring people mostly from Scandinavia (modern-day Denmark, Norway, and Sweden) who raided, pirated, traded, and settled throughout Europe from the late eighth to late eleventh centuries. They traveled throughout the Mediterranean, North Africa, the Middle East, and North America. This period is recognized as the Viking Age in parts of the nations where they raided and settled, and the name "Viking" is also used to refer to the population of the Scandinavian homelands as a whole. The early medieval history of Scandinavia, the British Isles, France, Estonia, and Kievan Rus' was profoundly influenced by the Vikings.


Vikings established Norse settlements and governments in the British Isles, Ireland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, Normandy, the Baltic coast, and along the Dnieper and Volga trade routes in what is now European Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine, where they were also known as Varangians, aboard their characteristic longships. These Norse settlements gave rise to the Normans, Norse-Gaels, Russians, Faroese, and Icelanders. Also visited by the Vikings were Constantinople, Iran, and Arabia. They were the first Europeans to arrive in North America, living in Newfoundland for a short time (Vinland). While expanding Norse culture to new regions, they also carried slaves, concubines, and other foreign cultural influences back to Scandinavia, significantly impacting both genetic and historical development. The Norse homelands were gradually unified from tiny kingdoms into three bigger kingdoms throughout the Viking Age: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.


The Vikings wrote rune inscriptions and spoke Old Norse. They practiced Old Norse religion for the majority of the time, but later converted to Christianity. The Vikings had their own set of rules, as well as their own art and architecture. Farmers, fisherman, craftsmen, and traders made up the majority of Vikings. The complex, advanced culture of the Norsemen that emerges from archeological and historical sources often differs greatly from popular images of the Vikings. In the 18th century, a romanticized image of Vikings as heroic savages began to form; this expanded and spread throughout the 19th-century Viking resurgence. The contrasting versions of the modern Viking myth that had taken shape by the early twentieth century owe a lot to people's perceptions of the Vikings as violent, piratical heathens or intrepid adventurers.

Based on archeological finds in England, this is a beautiful reproduction of a Viking sword from the 10th century. Isolated groups of Vikings would intermittently descend on the British coastlines in pursuit of easy loot as early as the eighth century. The Scandinavians, on the other hand, changed t..
180.99€
Ex Tax:149.58€
Beautiful reconstruction of a Viking sword from the 10th century, based on archeological finds made in England. In the 8th century already, isolated groups of Vikings would sporadically descend on the British coasts in search of easy loot. However, from the 9th century on, the Scandinavians altered ..
180.99€
Ex Tax:149.58€
Replica of a late Viking Age single-handed sword from the 11th century, battle-ready.This sword is entirely made by hand. Heat-treated, malleable cast iron is used for the guard and the complex pommel. The pommel is hand-riveted to the full-tang blade. The hilt is wrapped in leather. The blade is ma..
153.99€
Ex Tax:127.26€
Brand: Windlass
Carbon steel Viking sword from about 750AD that was carried and wielded by every Nordic warrior. A simple sword with little decorations, but a Viking Age classic. A large groove in the blade provides for a perfect balance in the hand. Leather-wrapped wooden knob and steel decorationsThe sheath is su..
232.90€
Ex Tax:192.48€
Brand: Epic Armoury
Epic Armoury’s Adventurer Mug - A drinking vessel designed to hold a bit more than 50cl of your preferred drink. Feel the strength of the braves and valour flow through you when you hold this authentic indian water buffalo horn mug in your hand, raise it, toast and tell your war stories. This produc..
54.99€
Ex Tax:45.45€
Brand: Epic Armoury
The Aegishjalmur Natural Horn Light is a vessel for drinks designed to hold half a litre of your preferred drink. Feel the strength and valour flow through your body when you hold this authentic bull horn in your hand, raise a toast and share your war stories. This product is made of genuine ox horn..
27.00€
Ex Tax:22.31€
Brand: Epic Armoury
The new medieval Alaric Chainmail is a flexible mail armour shirt made from linked steel rings. The chainmail covers the vital parts of the body from the shoulder to the thighs, and has longer sleeves protecting the arms to the wrists. Each butted ring interlocks with four other rings in a 4-in-1 ma..
99.00€
Ex Tax:81.82€
Brand: Windlass
This sword was made from high carbon steel by Windlass Steelcrafts armorers and It has a blade with a groove that is exceptionally wide. The guard is beautifully carved in relief with Viking knotwork. The pommel and guard have both been blackened to give them a wrought iron look. Smooth leather with..
290.90€
Ex Tax:240.41€
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Heavy hand-forged axe made of high-quality carbon steel. The blade is sharpened.Delivery includes sturdy wooden handle...
54.99€
Ex Tax:45.45€
The Celtic cross is a mixture of a cross and a circle that encircles the point where two lines connect. It represents the balance of the four elements, or the world's four corners. The lower section of the cross is constantly spreading, indicating the ever-increasing needs of humanity. In addition, ..
24.99€
Ex Tax:20.65€
Ravens have an important role in Celtic mythology and tradition. They were associated with death and gloom, particularly the deaths of warriors in combat. Ravens were frequently used by Celtic battle goddesses. The knight Owein challenges King Arthur in a dream world with the help of ravens in "The ..
24.99€
Ex Tax:20.65€
Brand: Epic Armoury
The Barbarian Horn Mug is a drinking vessel designed to hold a litre of your preferred drink. Feel the strength & valour flow through you when you hold this authentic bull horn mug in your hand, raise a toast and tell your war stories. The product is made of genuine horn harvested from the India..
60.00€
Ex Tax:49.59€
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