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Extra Credit Quiz: a saga. There was a man called … son of …, son of …, who lived at…, who was called (nickname). Include no extra details! Include a few lines of poetry with kennings as an artistic illustration of something. And now he is out of our saga. And here is the end of ….’s saga.

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Extra credit quiz a saga

Extra Credit Quiz: a saga

  • There was a man called … son of …, son of …, who lived at…, who was called (nickname).

  • Include no extra details!

  • Include a few lines of poetry with kennings as an artistic illustration of something.

  • And now he is out of our saga.

  • And here is the end of ….’s saga.

  • Bonus: What was you favorite work so far?


Extra credit quiz a saga

Scandinavians in America

Emigration by Norwegians to North America began in 1825; over five million Scandinavians arrived in this country before the first world war. This picture shows emigrants in Oslo leaving for America.


Extra credit quiz a saga

The Historical Society Fancy Dress Ball, Ottawa, February 17, 1896


Extra credit quiz a saga

Viking Imagery in America

Released 1958

Released 1989


Extra credit quiz a saga

Viking Imagery in America

The 13th Warrior, released 1999

Released 2007


Extra credit quiz a saga

Viking Imagery in America

Released 1999Released 2005


Vikings in america

Vikings in America

  • Hägar – He's traveled to newspapers in 58 countries! He speaks 13 languages! And has worldwide recognition! He's Hagar the Horrible, the world's most popular Viking! Created in 1973 by Dik Browne, and now in the hands of his son Chris, this lovable Viking has developed a loyal following in more than 1,900 papers. And each day millions of faithful fans read about his adventures. It's all part of what made Hagar the Horrible an instant hit since he first set sail.


H gar the horrible

Hägar the Horrible


Extra credit quiz a saga

Hägar the Horrible


Extra credit quiz a saga

The Mighty Thor

Marvel Comics


Extra credit quiz a saga

The Mighty Thor

Marvel Comics


Extra credit quiz a saga

Vikings in America

Ragnar, the official mascot of the Minnesota Vikings is on the left. By the way, he holds the current world record for fastest shave of a full beard using an axe – a little over 8 minutes.


Extra credit quiz a saga

Rune Stones in America

  • The Kensington Rune Stone

"Eight Goths and 22 Norwegians on a journey of exploration from Vinland very far west. We had camp by two rocky islands one day's journey north from this stone. We were out fishing one day. After we came home we found ten men red with blood and dead. AVM save from evil. Have ten men by the sea to look after our ships fourteen days' journey from this island. Year 1362"


Extra credit quiz a saga

Rune Stones in America

  • The Heavener Runestone

  • http://www.kotv.com/okt/runestones.asp

Located in southeastern Oklahoma, the stone is now encased behind glass in a small building. The area around the stone has been made a State Park.


Extra credit quiz a saga

Rune Stones in America

  • The Heavener Rune Stone, before it was encased.


Extra credit quiz a saga

The Vinland Map

Emigration by Norwegians to North America began in 1825; over five million Scandinavians arrived in this country before the first world war. This picture shows emigrants in Oslo leaving for America.

http://webexhibits.org/vinland/


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Vikingfest in Waco

  • http://www.vikingfest.com/

The Vikingfest in Waco is one of dozens of cultural festivals honoring Scandinavian-Americans. Many, if not most, of such groups use the Viking as an icon of Nordic culture.


Extra credit quiz a saga

Viking Reenactments

Viking reenactors at the Vikingfest in San Antonio a few years ago. One can find all necessary Viking gear on the Web.


Extra credit quiz a saga

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Viking Supplies

Frugal Viking Helmet Got a whole raiding party to equip on a limited budget? Then our Frugal Viking Helmet may be the answer, Heavy plastic with horns that swivel, One size (To about a men's 7-3/8 I'm guessing)

Deluxe Fur Trimmed Viking Helmet The pinnacle of Viking couture. Our Deluxe Fur Trimmed Viking Helmet features a heavy plastic body with repositionable fur trimmed plastic horns. Foam sweatband. Fits to XL, Approx. 15-1/2" wide x 11" tall (Horns up)

Hats from: http://www.islandmadness.com/


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