Small beginnings in Northern Scandinavia, one kindred crosses Norway, over sea to Shetland and Orkney. Warring Viking clans push toward the Scottish mainland to further their own dreams.
The strongest Danish kings of the Viking Age reigned late 10th, early 11th Centuries, their names synonymous with Denmark's zenith, Harald Gormsson, Svein 'Forkbeard' Haraldsson, Knut Sveinsson.
A brief overview of the history of Orkney, from early Pictish origins to Viking settlement, and a tour of Orkney's neolithic sites and standing stones such as Stenness, a site similar to Stonehenge
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...
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.
The evil ones, Giants, Dwarves, Monsters - and the Dark Elves who did their masters' bidding. Do not stray from the light of the fire in the hall when the night is alive with threat!
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...
How the East was won - a progress of the Varangian Guard from its origins in the 10th to its demise with the collapse of the Byzantine Empire in 1453
Vikings, Danes or Norwegians were thin on the ground in Wales. More often than not they raided. Svein 'Forkbeard' landed in south Wales, establishing a settlement named Sveins-ey, later Swansea
Asgard is in a whirr! Their whole world will crumble to dust with the theft of goddess Idun's enchanted apples. If the apples are not found, the gods of the Aesir and the Vanir will age and wither!