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The Vikings ...

1 ... Vikings ... is the modern name given to seafaring people who were originally from ... 2 ... Scandinavia, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden ... The age of Vikings began in the late 8th century, and continued through the late 11th century ... 3 ... The Vikings ... Raided, Traded, Pirated, and Settled Throughout Parts of Europe ... 4 ... They voyaged to ... The Mediterranean, North Africa, the Volga River, Bulgaria, the Middle East, and ... North America ... In some cases they settled in the countries they raided ... 5 ... This period is known as ... The Viking Age ... The Vikings had a profound impact on ... 6 ... The Medieval History of ... Scandinavia, The British Isles, France, Estonia, and in Russia ... 7 ... The Vikings were expert sailors and navigators. They sailed skillfully while aboard their characteristic ... Longships ... In addition, Vikings established Norsemen settlements and governments in ... 8 ... The British Isles, The Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, Normandy, and on The Baltic Coast, as well as ... 9 ... Along the Dnieper and Volga Trade Routes Within Modern-Day Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine ... 10 ... In addition, Vikings were known to have emerged from ... 11... Norse Colonies ... At one point, a group of Vikings went so far south that they briefly became bodyguards for ...12 ... The Byzantine Emperor ... While they attacked the Byzantine city of ... Constantinople ... Vikings also voyaged to ... 13 ... Iran and Arabia ... Vikings were the First Europeans to Reach North America ... 14 ... They settled in Newfoundland and in Vinland ... They spread Norse culture to foreign lands, They also brought slaves, concubines and foreign cultures into ... 15 ... Scandinavia ... During the Viking Age, the Norse Vikings gradually consolidated into three larger kingdoms named ... 16 ... Denmark, Norway, and Sweden ... The Vikings spoke Old Norse and they made carvings in Viking Age Runes throughout most of the 17 ... Age of Vikings ... They Followed the Old Norse Religion and later they 18 ... Became Christians ... They had their own Laws, Arts, and Architecture ... Most Vikings were also Farmers, Fishermen, Craftsmen and Traders ... 19 ... Popular conceptions of the Vikings often differ from the more advanced civilisations of the 20 ... Norsemen ... 21 ... A Romanticised Description of the Vikings is that They Were Noble Norsemen Who Emerged in the 18th Century. This Description of Vikings Developed and Became a Widely Propagated Fact During the 19th Century ... The view that Vikings were violent heathens, and adventurers owe much to the myths that became facts by the early 20th century. Current representations of the Vikings are based on cultural clichés and stereotypes that complicate a modern descriptions of the Viking's legacy. These representations are rarely accurate 22 ... There is Little Evidence that Vikings Wore the Horned Helmets, or Costumes that Appeared in Medieval Operas.


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