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Who were the Who were the Vikings? Vikings?
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The Vikings were people who lived long ago in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
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Most Vikings lived on farms in houses made of wood, stone or blocks of turf.
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Vikings men were craftsmen or traders. Viking women did all the household jobs.
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Viking children did not go to school. They helped at home and learnt from stories.
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Vikings wore clothes made of cloth, leather and fur. All Viking people wore jewellery.
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The Vikings ate a lot of meat. They ate off wooden plates and drank from horns.
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The Vikings were great sailors who travelled all over Europe in long ships.
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The Vikings came to England in search of treasure and wealth in 865.
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They destroyed monasteries and killed many monks to get to their
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Unformatted text preview: gold. The Vikings were great warriors. They used spears and shields in battle. They captured most of the north of England. The only part not won was Wessex. They had their own alphabet called runes. These symbols were carved onto stone. The Vikings had their own religion and worshipped their own gods. The most popular God was Thor. Thor ruled the skies, storms and thunder. The Vikings bought and sold things using coins, which were measured by weight. William the Conqueror won England in 1066, ending the Viking era in England. Place names ending in by, -thorpe or ay may have been Viking settlements. York or Jorvik was the main Viking town and still has a Viking theme today....
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Nokes during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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