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Kay Nielsen ~ 1914 East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales from the North, A Collection of Scandinavian Fairy Tales, 6

Kay Nielsen ~ 1914 East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales from the North, A Collection of Scandinavian Fairy Tales, 6

the confluence of thought, memory, sacrifice, wisdom and pain

Huginn And Muninn - Odin's Norse Messengers

Eir Norse Goddess of healing   print by NicoleCadet

Eir Norse Goddess of healing 8 x 10 inch print

Viking gravestone found on the Isle of Barra.  Although the original is now housed in Edinburgh, this is a copy housed in the restored chapel that sits aside the ruined 12th century church in Cille Bharra.This is the best piece of evidence for the acceptance of Christianity by the Norse settlers in Barra. The original stone is in the National Museum of Antiquities in Edinburgh. The meaning of its runic inscrip­tions appears to be: "After Thorgerth, Steiner's daughter, this cross was raised"

Viking gravestone found on the Isle of Barra. Although the original is now housed in Edinburgh, this is a copy housed in the restored chapel that sits aside the ruined 12th century church in Cille Bharra.This is the best piece of evidence for the acceptance of Christianity by the Norse settlers in Barra. The original stone is in the National Museum of Antiquities in Edinburgh. The meaning of its runic inscrip­tions appears to be: "After Thorgerth, Steiner's daughter, this cross was raised"

Statue of Ingolfur Arnarson the Viking Ingólfur Arnarson the first Nordic settler of Iceland.  He built his home in (and gave name to ) Reykjavík in the year 874. Made by Einar Jónsson in 1924 and located on Arnarhóll, Reykjavík

Statue of Ingolfur Arnarson the Viking Ingólfur Arnarson the first Nordic settler of Iceland. He built his home in (and gave name to ) Reykjavík in the year 874. Made by Einar Jónsson in 1924 and located on Arnarhóll, Reykjavík

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