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FC: Odin's Warriors | Chase Landis, John Mulder, Shawn Feiertag
1: Odin's Warriors
2: Odin and the Gods | The Vikings mainly worshiped Odin, the god of war and death. Some of their gods were Loki, Thor, Frey and Freyia etc. . | Odin is the chief of the Gods . | Odin was the son of a frost giant named Bor. | Odin was credited with great wisdom, including the knowledge of magic and divination
3: Viking Helmets | The Viking helmets were made of iron. Most vikings would have a nose guard. They would have a rounded shaped top half. | The vikings helmets actually did not have horns on the side. The reason they didn't have horns on their helmets was because if the did have horns they would get stuck during a war and would be dangerous.
4: Weapons | Their weapons are double-edged swords, bows, spears, daggers and battle axes. | One accurate hit with a battle axe could kill a person instantly. | The vikings helmets actually did not have horns on the side. | The way to block enemy's was a shield and sometimes there were crazy vikings which would bite there shields.
5: WAR | The Vikings liked to create trouble and war.They liked to take goods from people who lived on the coast of the ocean because it was easier. They also fought people who weren't on the coast. That is why they made their boats really light.
6: Longboats | The Longboats were about sixty to ninety feet. The ships were normally made of oak. | The vikings were skilled at building ships. | The vikings made their boats very light so they could carry them and invade the land off the coast
7: Burial | In ancient burials they would have all the dead soldiers and lay them on the boats, then they would light boats on fire and send them out to sea.
8: Food | They ate meat such as chicken, geese, goat, lamb, horse, mutton and pork. | There favorite food was mutton. | Mutton | The Viking ate with their hands, because they didn't have spoons, forks or knives.
9: Menu | Breakfast Mutton Lunch/ Dinner Chicken Goat, Geese,Lamb and/or pork
10: About the Authors
11: John Mulder lives in a small town of Zionsville, PA. I'm in 7th grade. | Chase Landis lives in Macungie, PA. I'm in 7th grade. | Shawn Feiertag lives in also Macungie, PA. I'm also in 7th grade.