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This says that the first "for sure" find is 12th century, and that the Anglo-Saxon finds are likely just a mix-up.  Meh.

This says that the first "for sure" find is 12th century, and that the Anglo-Saxon finds are likely just a mix-up. Meh.

Oar walking, underwater wrestling and horse fighting - historian examines the sports and games of the Vikings - Medievalists.net

Oar walking, underwater wrestling and horse fighting - historian examines the sports and games of the Vikings - Medievalists.net

Cædmon's Hymn (in Old English) - YouTube  The oldest poem in English: Cædmon's Hymn (c. 670 AD) transcribed in West Saxon dialect in Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People. With Modern English subtitles.

Cædmon's Hymn (in Old English) - YouTube The oldest poem in English: Cædmon's Hymn (c. 670 AD) transcribed in West Saxon dialect in Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People. With Modern English subtitles.

World Book Surf the Ages iPad app: a look at the past 5,500 years, from the Leif Erikson fan page to the Black Plague information site. Each era from 3500 B.C. to the 20th century, has its own homepage with links to other imaginary Web sites from that period.

World Book Surf the Ages iPad app: a look at the past 5,500 years, from the Leif Erikson fan page to the Black Plague information site. Each era from 3500 B.C. to the 20th century, has its own homepage with links to other imaginary Web sites from that period.

Leif Erikson. Son of Erik the Red. True discoverer of America.  my children have background here and i shall try to show my grandchildren something of this world ...

Leif Erikson. Son of Erik the Red. True discoverer of America. my children have background here and i shall try to show my grandchildren something of this world ...

Bone whistle, found at York, England.  Viking age.

Bone whistle, found at York, England. Viking age.

The Trossingen lyre is an instrument found in a 6th century warrior’s grave in Trossingen, Germany. It is one of the most complete, if not the most complete, medieval lyre found to date.

The Trossingen lyre is an instrument found in a 6th century warrior’s grave in Trossingen, Germany. It is one of the most complete, if not the most complete, medieval lyre found to date.

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