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viking
What types of clothes did they where ?
Viking clothes were made from wool, linen and animal skins. The Vikings were skilful weavers and made their own clothes. Women, with the help of children, made the wool into yarn and used natural dyes from plants to give it color. Men wore tunics and trousers and women wore a long dress with a pinafore over it.
What was life like for them?
life for viking was good and bad most of the time
Like everybody else, the Viking men and women needed the basic things in life: food, clothes and houses. Domestic animals played an important role in everyday life. Probably the most important animal was the horse.
It would be a dull life only dealing with the bare necessities of life. The Vikings also played games and enjoyed music, poetry, sports and crafts like woodcarving and metal work.
What the food look like
What changes of food did they have to make like what they eat and how they got that food ?

The Vikings grew wheat, barley and rye. They made bread and porridge. Sometimes they added peas to the porridge to make it go further. They also ate cabbages, onions and leeks and they used herbs like dill and coriander. The Vikings grew apples and plums and they gathered wild berries.

What roles and jobs did they have and do?

Vikings from countries, such as Denmark, Sweden and Norway, had jobs like traders, blacksmiths, jewelry makers, potters, bone carvers, blacksmiths, weapon makers, veterinarians, fence repairers, ship builders and herdsman.The Vikings were excellent craftsman and are especially known for their ability to design and build raiding and merchant ships.
What conditions did have to live in?


Viking houses were built of wood, stone or blocks of turf - depending on local materials. The houses were long box-shapes with sloping thatched or turf roofs. The walls were made of wattle (woven sticks, covered with mud to keep out the wind and rain). The floor of a Viking house was often dug below ground-level; perhaps this helped keep out draughts.

Most houses had just one room for a family to share. Rich people's farmhouses might have a small entrance hall, a large main room, a kitchen, a bedroom and a store room. In a Viking town, houses were crowded close together along narrow streets.
Why did i chose vikings ?
i chose the viking because i have not done anything about this type of person and was wounding what sort of thing that they did for tea and and when i found out the who they are i wonted to know more and who they got food at changes that they made and what clothes did they have to wear and what job did they do and what roles do they have
What is a viking ?
Vikings were warriors. More precisely ‘Viking’ is the name by which the Scandinavian sea-borne raiders of the early medieval period are now commonly known.
Even before the earliest Viking raids on the monasteries, the Anglo-Saxons used an Old English word ‘wicing‘. this was not a word that they used often for the Scandinavian raiders; instead it was used for all-comers and meant ‘pirate’ or ‘piracy’
Who were knights ?
Although all nobles of military age were necessarily knights, knighthood had to be earned through some exploit involving the use of arms. In the late Middle Ages the son of a noble would serve first as page, then as squire, before being made a knight.
knight is a person granted an honorary title of knighthood by a monarch or other political leader for service to the monarch or country, especially in a military capacity. Historically, in Europe, knighthood was conferred upon mounted warriors.
Who were the roman's?
The Roman Empire covered most of Europe north Africa and the Middle East. The Romans lived in Rome, a city in the centre of the country of Italy . One day, some years before Jesus Christ was born, the Romans came to Britain.
In August 55 B.C. (55 years before Jesus was born) the Roman general, Emperor Julius Caesar invaded Britain.
Who were the spartan?
who were the spartans
Sparta was a warrior society in ancient Greece that reached the height of its power after defeating rival city-state Athens in the Peloponnesian War (431-404 B.C.). Spartan culture was centered on loyalty to the state and military service.
Would i enjoy being a viking?
yes and know i would like some of it because of the the food that you grown and i would not because of the war and some of the clothes are really heavy and like the things and jobs that they have to do all day every day but some of it would not be to bad
What would daily life be like?
the viking will get early in the morning getting to work wright away they will be fighting for there life and people life if not they are doing there jobs E:G traders, blacksmiths, jewelry makers, potters, bone carvers, blacksmiths, weapon makers, veterinarians, fence repairers, ship builders and herdsman.The Vikings were excellent craftsman and are especially known for their ability to design and build raiding and merchant ships.
What did i use to get this info?

. google
.book's
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WHAT THE CLOTHES LOOK LIKE?
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