Are some people innately superior to others? Many certainly thought so in times past. Bigoted assumptions and ethnic stereotypes - examples of attribution error - tend to fade with knowledge. See how.
Shape-Shifter Loki has been up to his tricks again, and Tyr pays with his hand to get one of the Sly One's 'little monsters' under control!
Heimdall, all-seeing guardian of Bifroest, the Rainbow Bridge, goes out into the world as Rig. Beginning with slaves and working folk begets the first of each class of men up to noblemen and kings
The Vikings from raiders and traders to empire builders, Europe could not have been the same without them. Russia could never have influenced the east, Britain would have stayed a peaceful backwater.
From early raids by opportunists at the end of the 8th Century, through the reign of Aelfred of Wessex to the infant England of Aethelstan the Norsemen threatened the security of these islands.
The dawn of time, dark, cold on one hand, molten rock on the other, a void between filled by Odin and his brothers with a new world. Giants, dark elves and dwarves dwell beneath hills in caverns...
Viking incursions in Frankia brought about a near-collapse of an empire built by Charles 'the Great'. Trade and culture suffered until Charles 'the Simple' turned attackers into guardians...
Norse presence in ireland dated back to the end of the 8th Century. Over the next 150 years Vikings held sway with cities built on three coasts. After Clontarf in 1014 England became a target again.
From the mists of time and legend, a small number of famed Danes who played a part in the formation of the kingdom. Some are kings, others figures from legend linked with the kingdom from early days.
Settlement of Iceland and other Atlantic isles was an escape from Harald Fairhair's taxation and 'creeping Christianisation'. The Icelanders converted to Christianisation, AD 1000 at the 'Althing'.