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Vikings Fun Facts

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Vikings did not start to be depicted with horned helmets until the 19th century, though Old Norse priests who lived before Vikings did wear ceremonial helmets with horns.
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While Vikings are typically imagined as unkempt savages, they used combs, razors, and even primitive tweezers to maintain personal hygiene.
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According to Norse myths, valkyries would guide a deceased warrior to join other heroes and even Odin himself in Valhalla.
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To facilitate a deceased warrior's entrance into the afterlife, Vikings interred their dead along with their valuables in a ship or boat.
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As in most medieval societies, even the fearsome Vikings were predominantly farmers. Apart from growing crops, Vikings also raised animals like goats and sheep.
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Blond hair was such a desirable trait in men that non-blond Vikings would use lye as a form of hair bleach.
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"Viking" is a relatively modern word that refers to any seagoing person from these three Scandinavian countries.
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Leif Erikson founded Vinland, which is believed to have been located in what is now Newfoundland, in approximately the year 1000.
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"Wednesday" looks different from "Odinsday" because older forms of English referred to Odin as "Woden." Pre-Christian Anglo-Saxons often worshipped Odin.
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Viking mythology included the Mead of Poetry that granted the drinker flawless problem-solving skills.