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The Vikings, Fearfully Renowned As The Northmen, The Terrifying Seafaring Peoples Of Scandinavia Who Brutally Raided And Pirated, And Eventurally Traded And Settled, Throughout Europe During The Dark Ages Of The 8th And 11th Centuries That Were Known The Viking Age! Four Full Hours Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An MP4 Video Download Or Archival Quality 2 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set! #Vikings #VikingAge #Northmen #Raiders #Pirates #MedievalPirates #VikingHistory #HistoryOfTheVikings #VikingAgeOfIreland #VikingWarsInIreland #MP4 #VideoDownload #DVD
1) ANCIENT WARRIORS: THE VIKINGS: An episode of the ANCIENT WARRIORS documentary series (Color, 1994, 24 Minutes); 2) TIMELINE (TV SERIES): EPISODE 1: SEPTEMBER 25, 1066: William the Conqueror prepares to invade England, just as the Norse invasion of England by Harald Hardrada had been defeated by England's Saxon King Harold (Color, 1989, 30 Minutes); 3) IRELAND'S VIKING INVASION: The turbulent history and lasting legacy of the viking age of ireland (795-1024) - its battles and settlements, its technological prowess, and its underappreciated political and commercial power (Color, 1989, 46 Minutes); 4) THE SAGA OF THE VIKING WOMEN AND THEIR VOYAGE TO THE WATERS OF THE GREAT SEA SERPENT: The audio track of the movie trailer for the Roger Corman film starring Abby Dalton, Susan Cabot and June Kenney (also known as THE VIKING WOMEN AND THE SEA SERPENT) (Audio Only, 1957, 2 Minutes); 5) THE BEST OF ENCYCLOPEDIA: LEIF ERICSON: A Viking history lesson in Reggae music form, an excerpt from the best-of collection of the funniest, most original and most entertaining comedy skits of The Educational Cable TV Series ENCYCLOPEDIA (Color, 1989, 3 Minutes)
6) ARCHEOLOGY: THE VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY OF THE VIKINGS: Distinguished actor and voice artist John Rhys-Davies hosts this investigation into the many voyages of discovery in the North Atlantic by the Vikings during the five hundred years before Columbus, and concentrates on the strong probability that Columbus learned of these voyages before he himself set sail on his own voyages of discovery (Color, 1992, 23 Minutes);
7) IN SEARCH OF: LOST VIKINGS OF GREENLAND: An episode of the landmark alternative history TV series narrated by Leonard Nimoy (Color, 1978, 23 Minutes); 8) TERRA X: FORGET COLUMBUS: THE SECRET DISCOVERERS: A survey and analysis of Viking settlements in Greenland and Newfoundland during the 500 years before Columbus' voyage to the New World (Color, 1991, 23 Minutes); 9) MYTH AMERICA: Who really were the discoverers of the New World? Was it the Siberian land bridge that brought America's first inhabitants to the Americas? Should credit for discovering, or rediscovering, the Americas go to the Vikings, or Romans, or Egyptians, Phoenicians or someone else? Professor Glyn Daniel takes us on this journey through the archeological evidence of petroglyphs and stone structures throughout the United States, the varied opinions of archeologists and other men of letters in the field, and his own personal opinions and findings and brings to our attention much that even now escapes our notice about America's vast prehistory. (Color, 1984, 45 Minutes)
Vikings is the modern name given to seafaring people primarily from Scandinavia (present-day Denmark, Norway and Sweden), who from the late 8th to the late 11th centuries raided, pirated, traded and settled throughout parts of Europe. They also voyaged as far as the Mediterranean, North Africa, the Middle East, and North America. In some of the countries they raided and settled in, this period is popularly known as the Viking Age, and the term "Viking" also commonly includes the inhabitants of the Scandinavian homelands as a collective whole. The Vikings had a profound impact on the early medieval history of Scandinavia, the British Isles, France, Estonia, and Kievan Rus'. Expert sailors and navigators aboard their characteristic longships, Vikings established Norse settlements and governments in the British Isles, Ireland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, Normandy, the Baltic coast, and along the Dnieper and Volga trade routes across modern-day Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine, where they were also known as Varangians. The Normans, Norse-Gaels, Rus' people, Faroese and Icelanders emerged from these Norse colonies. The Vikings also voyaged to Constantinople, Iran, and Arabia. They were the first Europeans to reach North America, briefly settling in Newfoundland (Vinland). While spreading Norse culture to foreign lands, they simultaneously brought home slaves, concubines and foreign cultural influences to Scandinavia, profoundly influencing the genetic and historical development of both. During the Viking Age the Norse homelands were gradually consolidated from smaller kingdoms into three larger kingdoms: Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The Vikings spoke Old Norse and made inscriptions in runes. For most of the period they followed the Old Norse religion, but later became Christians. The Vikings had their own laws, art and architecture. Most Vikings were also farmers, fishermen, craftsmen and traders. Popular conceptions of the Vikings often strongly differ from the complex, advanced civilization of the Norsemen that emerges from archaeology and historical sources. A romanticised picture of Vikings as noble savages began to emerge in the 18th century; this developed and became widely propagated during the 19th-century Viking revival. Perceived views of the Vikings as violent, piratical heathens or as intrepid adventurers owe much to conflicting varieties of the modern Viking myth that had taken shape by the early 20th century. Current popular representations of the Vikings are typically based on cultural cliches and stereotypes, complicating modern appreciation of the Viking legacy. These representations are rarely accurate-for example, there is no evidence that they wore horned helmets, a costume element that first appeared in Wagnerian opera.