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Copy of Page 35 Q's

answers to questions 1-4
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Cassandra Reber

on 7 January 2013

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Page 35 Q's-Socials 1. The population and availibilty of resources in Scandinavia encouraged the Viking strategy of ransacking Europe because there wasn't enough farmland to grow enough foodfor the growing population. Vikings: 2. The Vikings ships were long and shallow,had slits in the sides for paddles when it wasn't possible to use the wind, had a long pole in the middle for sails, and were made of wood. The Viking ships were particularly suited for sailing in shallow water down to only a metre deep because they weren't very big and heavy and were built a particular way so they wouldn't get stuck in shallow water. 3. The skalds were the keepers of Viking history and legend. The part they played in maintaining Viking culture was that they were people who recited histories to people so that they wouldn't be forgotten until they could be written down. I think that the authors, librarians and volunteer storytellers serve the various purposes of the skalds in Canadian society. 4. I think that being declared an outlaw was the most dreaded penalty in Viking society because couldn't trust anyone, especially if you were wealthy, because if the person killed you they would get some of your property and not get fined for it. Even your own family and friends might turn on you so you would no longer have a safe place anywhere inViking society. You would also give your community and your family a bad name and people might come and attack your family to try to find out where you are hiding out. You could never get being an outlaw off of your name, so you would need a new identity. By Cassandra Group Group Member Member Member Member Member Member Member (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr copy paste branches if you need more....
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