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Now I wonder if they'll have the scene where a Viking must kiss the kingly foot (something required by the real Rollo the Viking in 911, BUT he sent a lower warrior to kiss King Charles the Simple's foot. The unnamed Viking wouldn't bend. The king raised his foot partway. The Viking grabbed it, raised it to his mouth, and knocked the king on his arse. The hall erupted with laughter and all was well. Embedded image permalink

Now I wonder if they'll have the scene where a Viking must kiss the kingly foot (something required by the real Rollo the Viking in 911, BUT he sent a lower warrior to kiss King Charles the Simple's foot. The unnamed Viking wouldn't bend. The king raised his foot partway. The Viking grabbed it, raised it to his mouth, and knocked the king on his arse. The hall erupted with laughter and all was well. Embedded image permalink

Orkneyinga Saga, The History of the Earls of Orkney. Written around AD 1200 by an unnamed Icelandic author, the Orkneyinga Saga is an intriguing fusion of myth, legend and history. The only medieval chronicle to have Orkney as the central place of action, it tells of an era when the islands were still part of the Viking world, beginning with their conquest by the kings of Norway in the ninth century.

Orkneyinga Saga, The History of the Earls of Orkney. Written around AD 1200 by an unnamed Icelandic author, the Orkneyinga Saga is an intriguing fusion of myth, legend and history. The only medieval chronicle to have Orkney as the central place of action, it tells of an era when the islands were still part of the Viking world, beginning with their conquest by the kings of Norway in the ninth century.

You could rattle the stars. You could do anything, if only you dared. And deep down, you know it, too. That’s what scares you most."

You could rattle the stars. You could do anything, if only you dared. And deep down, you know it, too. That’s what scares you most.

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Learn to be alone and like it. There is nothing more freeing & empowering than learning to like your own company.

STOTFOLD, ENGLAND - MAY 12: Unnamed members of the Viking re-enactors team reconstruct a typical Viking charge towards the crowd at the Stotfold Steam mill Country Fayre on May 12, 2012 at Stotfold - stock photo

STOTFOLD, ENGLAND - MAY Unnamed members of the Viking re-enactors team reconstruct a typical Viking charge towards the crowd at the Stotfold Steam mill Country Fayre on May 2012 at Stotfold - stock photo

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m Ranger leather sword cape hills rough plains Kgikxeu.

The Castle No. 9. Ludwig Bemelmans. New York: The Viking Press, 1937. First edition. Original dust jacket.  Baptiste travels across Austria to Castle No. 9, home of the unnamed Count, who proceeds to rename the creatures and objects around him. Disaster ensues and a lesson is learned. Bemelmans has a unique gift for absurdity in a unique form. Enchanting pictures, in and through the text.

The Castle No. 9 via Brickbat Books

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The Vikings couples costume

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Nine Worlds of Norse Mythology

Ratatoskr on Yggdrasil (source unknown). The Vikings regarded gossip as a low and churlish form of skullduggery reserved for thralls, slaves, churls and other such hoi-polloi. It seems appropriate that the embodiment of gossip and slander in their mythology was an annoying chattering squirrel. Wayne Ferrabee

In Norse mythology, Ratatoskr is a squirrel who runs up and down the world tree Yggdrasil to carry messages between the eagle, perched atop Yggdrasil, and the serpent, who dwells beneath one of the three roots of the tree.

Prow of a wooden Viking ship shown in Oslo, dated at more than 1,000 years old as of 2,011. Excavated from an unnamed burial site of a prominent viking. Vikings believed that the deceased could bring material possessions with them into the afterlife

Prow of a wooden Viking ship shown in Oslo, dated at more than years old as of Excavated from an unnamed burial site of a prominent viking. Vikings believed that the deceased could bring material possessions with them into the afterlife

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"Unnamed landscape" by Tomas Honz

She wasnt sure in which order.

our brains are proper weird

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