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Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Different types and designs for Vikings helmets in battle. A lot of history assumes that Vikings did not wear armor, but these helmet designs showed that they did.

Valkyrie Viking Helmet Sculpture Display Replica Reproduction

Valkyrie Viking Helmet Sculpture Display Replica Reproduction

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Embossed Viking Helmet

Many Vikings considered their helmet as much a status symbol as a means of protection. Our embossed Viking helmet is a very impressive model. Made of 18 gauge steel, it is also decorated with elaborate ornamentation.

Viking Helmet - Beowulf by ~Blackbeard666 on deviantART

Viking Helmet - Beowulf a long the lines of a weapons they used shields swords an had protective gear like this knight hat.

Viking Helmet from grave I at Vendel, Uppland, Sweden.

Viking Helmet -- Excavated from Grave I at Vendel, Uppland, Sweden.

Picture of Cardboard and Duct Tape Viking Helmet

Cardboard and Duct Tape Viking Helmet

Exclusive Viking's Valsgaarde Stainless Steel Helm :: by medieval store ArmStreet

Exclusive Viking's Valsgaarde Stainless Steel Helm :: by medieval store ArmStreet

This is what a Viking helmet looked like, note the lack of horns.

When the Vikings realized their strength over the 'puny southlanders', they raided villages and plundered markets and churches for the gold and riches. One of their attack methods was to strike fear into the hearts of the people with their helmets.

Cardboard Helmets by Zygote Brown Designs| Viking Helmet | Roman Helmet

covered wit or made from worbla these would be awesome for larp! Cardboard Helmets by Zygote Brown Designs

An overview of Norse helmet finds. Apart from the Gjermundbu helmet there are also three surviving (and much less known) mask fragments. The domes of the reconstructions are educated guesses. The St. Wenceslaus helmet (bottom) was probably made in Germany but decorated on Gotland. All the helmets have flashy decorations. The purpose of the mask was probably to prevent the wearer from being recognised and haunted by the spirits of those he kills, a superstition that died out with…

Alvar Ordoño added 88 new photos to the album: Viking raids against spanish mainland and Europe.

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