Published June 1995
by E.D.C. Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Phil Roxbee Cox (Editor), David Cuzik (Illustrator), Vicki Groombridge (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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The Vikings were Norse people who came from an area called Scandinavia. You might know it better as Norway, Sweden and Denmark. The word The Vikings were indeed fearsome warriors, intrepid explorers, proud pagans, and far-traveling merchants. During the Viking Age (roughly AD), these Scandinavians could be found across most of the known world, from the Middle East to the shores of northeastern North America, which they discovered years before Christopher :// The Nordic Vikings – A Closer Look. Could the ancient Vikings have been gay or even transsexual? That’s the question that Neil Price, professor of archaeology and ancient history at Sweden’s Uppsala University, is daring to pose with his new book “The Children of Ash & Elm: A History of the Vikings”. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 32 unnumbered pages: color illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Who were the Vikings? --What did th the Vikings look like?--What was a Viking family like?--Did the Vikings believe in God?--What happened if they were ill?--What was Viking food like?--What did the vikings do for fun?--Could the Vikings read and write?