FC: The Viking Warriors | Made by: Brianna Sten
1: The Vikings from 800AD- 1100AD.
2: The Vikings were vicious and harsh warriors who traveled from sea to sea to conquer foreign lands. They navigated their way around using the sun and stars. They traveled on long ships to survive the horrible weather and ice burgs. They were ready for any fight. | This is the longships the vikings used to get across the ocean. | How the Vikings got around
3: The Vikings used many weapons for their protection. Their helmets, made out of heavy metal, protected the head, eyes and nose. The weapons they used were spears, axes, bow and arrows, and swords. The weapons were made out of metal also. They were very skilled fighters. | These two pictures are the weapons they used and the helmet used for their head. | What the Vikings used for weapons and amour
4: Dear Dairy, The Vikings are coming to attack us. We need some kind of protection when the Vikings come. If we don't have protection we might be killed and our lands will be destroyed and we won't be able to make any food. The castle should be a great Protection for us. I hope it will be enough to hold back those fierce warriors. They are close. I am scared. Will my village be destroyed? We do not have weapons to protect ourselves. We must trust in God to help us.
6: The Vikings attacked villages in the late eighth century in Europe. The first place they attacked was the tiny island called Linisfarne in Northumbria. They murdered monks and carried their treasures away with them. Ports in France, the Netherlands, Italy, and Spain were attacked by Vikings. | The Vikings attack | This is a chest of money that was stolen.
7: The Vikings ate breads and sometimes they ate meat and fish. They didn't wash themselves very often. They also believed in many different kinds of gods. They came from three different countries. The countries were Norway, Denmark and Sweden. | This is a map of Sweden, Denmark and Norway where the Vikings were from. | Facts about the Vikings
8: The Vikings strengthened feudalism by scaring the peasants into paying for protection from the lords and kings who ruled their villages. Peasants relied on the lord's castle to be strong enough to protect them from the Vikings' attacks. The Vikings attacked so many times that the peasants needed to be reassured that their villages would be safe and their lands would not be destroyed and become useless for farming. | This is a picture of where the peasants are in the prymiad. The bottom picture is of a castle that the peasants used to hid from the Vikings when they came. | How the Vikings helped in Feudalism
9: Works Cited Hewitt, Sally. The Vikings Starling History. Untied States: Franklin Watts, 2008. Print. Medieval World. Vol. 10. Danbury, CT: Grolier Educational, 2001. Print. Schomp, Virginia. The Vikings. New York: Franklin Watts, 2005. Print.