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VIKINGS

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Francesco Federico

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Transcript of VIKINGS

VIKINGS
Men and women
VIKING SHIPS
Different types of ships
WHERE DID VIKINGS COME FROM?
From: Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden)
When: 700-1100 AD
Where: Britain and Ireland
VIKINGS CONQUEST
Struggle between English and Vikings
Other Vikings settlements
VIKINGS CHRISTIAN ATTACK
Monastery in Northumbria
Christians had no weapons
VIKINGS SETTLEMENTS
Scarce farmland
Vikings' supremacy
Vikings' roam
Federico - Domaschio - Refaie - Mantovani-
Randisi - Montermini - Boutayeb -

Dragon ships
Knorrs
Fishing boats
Sailing skills
Ships building
Keel made with a tall oak tree
Wooden planks and pegs and iron rivets
Animal wool and sticky tar

Vicking Towns
Vicking York
Making things
What did a blacksmith make ?
Going to market
866 Jorvik
Eboracum
Vicking towns
Craftworkers
Woodworkers & leatherworkers
Jewellers
Swords
Traveller
Kings
Wizard
From Dublin/Scandinavia
Buy anything
. Cowrie shell
Viking men
Viking women
Viking children
Roving and trading
Slaves
Toys and Pastimes

Skills
Handle a boat
Could fight
Protect the family
Boat-builders
Potters
Leather-workers
Smiths
Baked bread
Spinning
Weaving
Looked after the children
Boy
Look his father's name
Girl
Same name as mother
Little Thor's hammer charms
Did not go to school
Helped parents
Viking history, from stories and songs
When they are adult
Might go off on a trading voyage
Raider
Hoped be rich
Markets
Exchanging goods and coins
Thralls
Hardest, dirtiest jobs
Born slaves
People captured in a Viking raid
Sold in markets
Swimming
Wrestling
Horse racing
Skating
Hnefatafl
Toys: home-made
Trading
Norse myths
Pagan religion

Europe
Central Asia
Discovering new lands
From Iceland to Greenland
Accidental discovering of America
Goods and materials
Sold items
Slaves
Christianity
Dangerous journeys
Vikings settlements
Viking ships
How they found their way
From: Norway
To: Iceland
When: 800 s
World's first parliament
Comparison between Greenland and Iceland
Odin Frigg
Balder
Thor
Loki
Afterlife
Valhalla
Valkyries
Asgard
Rainbow
Bridge
Midgard
Monsters
Sails and oars
Big square sail made of woven wool
Long wooden oars on both sides
Finding the way
Sailing close to the coast
Sun
Stars
Ships in a museum
THE GOKSTAD
THE OSEBERG
Raid on England
• How Vikings attacked
• Vikings weapons
• Vikings armies

Viking farms
Viking houses
Clothes
Food and drink
Daily life
Breeding farm animals
Oats, barley and wheat growing
Built of wood, stone or blocks of turf
Wattle-made walls
Floor below ground-level
Most houses had just one room
MEN
WOMEN
Tunic and trousers
Long dresses
Made from wool, linen and animal skin
Jorvik
King Cnut
Norman conquest
Archaeological remains
Alfred the Great
Eric Bloodaxe
Ethelred 'the Unready'
Danegeld
Danelaw
King Sweyn of Denmark
Cnut
William
Duke of Normandy
Danelaw
Jorvik
Vikings' Norse language
-by
-thorpe
-ay
Stories
Making Laws
Family Loialty
Viking and Alfred
Life in Danelow
Viking settlements
878 A.D
Peace Agreement
Viking from Norway
English built navy
Danelow
Northumbria, East Anglia & Five Boroughs
Laws & Language
Jarls
Blood-feuds
Women
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