Archaeological findings show that Vikings from mid- and western Norway were among the first to make the trip to the British Isles.
There is a renewed interest in micro-brewing in Norway. Tradition and history are important ingredients. While taste is more important than ever.
A gold object was stolen by Vikings and later buried with its new owner in Norway. That twist of fate probably saved a part of one of the oldest known British croziers.
In the Viking era, a number of slaves were beheaded and then buried together with their masters. New methods of skeleton analysis reveal more about the life of the poor a thousand years ago.
The Vikings did not only go West to pillage and plunder. Most of the silk found in the Oseberg ship may have been purchased by honest means from Persia.
Contrary to popular belief, the British did not just borrow words and concepts from the Vikings and their descendants. What we call English is actually a form of Scandinavian.