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Runes-letters modified from Phoenician alphabet. Runic was often written without spaces between words & where 2 of the same letter sat beside each other only one would be used. It was written both from left to right & right to left. It was mainly used to label items with the owner's name & was considered magical as most people were illiterate & did not understand the concept of symbols representing sounds. This also led to their use in fortune telling.

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Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Viking Trousers... So much more comfy than modern day jeans!!! More

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Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Dragon heads on the bow of the viking ships were supposed to protect against the evil spirits of the sea. More

Shield patterns for Saxon / Vikings? …

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Viking leather bracers - Odin ravens themed arm armor - armor made in resin and leather - Larp safe Nordic armor (only upper bracers)

Viking leather and resin bracers, own design with Odin crows. This item includes A PAIR of viking bracers and A PAIR of fur bracers. Hand-made leather bracers with a flexible resin plate. This resin have a great resistance to impact, reduced weigth and is very confortable to wear, so is very safe to larp, scenic figth, action scenes... Fur bracers are independent so you have three different options to wear them: only fur, fur and leather or only leather. All of them are attached with…

Vikings (series 2013 - ) Starring: Vladimir Kulich as Erik. (click thru for larger image)

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