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S: The Vikings

BC: These are some interesting facts about the Vikings.

FC: The Vikings

1: By Dylan Miller | VIKINGS

2: The Way the Vikings Were The Vikings were not afraid to die.They were war-like smart. In war the Vikings had a long knife and a bow on them, including battle axes.

3: The Way of War. One of their strong points is that they had ships. The ships were the strong point because they would jump on other warriors' ships to conquer other clans.

4: Their weapons. The Vikings had some of the most high tech weapons of their age. they have long knives, long bows, battle axes, swords, and spears.

5: Who they fought. The Vikings mostly fought the knights in war. The people were so scared of the Vikings. But that was the life that they lived.

6: Leif Ericson One of the toughest Vikings is Leif Ericson. Leif had killed millions of people when he was alive. He is also one of the most popular Vikings of his time and the most deadly Viking of the time.

7: Leif Ericson Leif Ericson has conquered over hundreds of places. Leif Ericson lived in 975 and died in 1020.

8: Where the Vikings are from They are from Scandinavia, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden. These are some of the places the Viking used to live.

9: Vikings in War They fought Europe, North Atlantic, Britain, and Ireland. Those are only some of the places that the fought at. Their raids came by surprise. The Vikings knew Europe and the seas like the back of their hand. When they raid they are always ready to fight. They would fight their hardest because the Vikings did not be live in the afterlife when they die.

10: Works Cited Donovan, Frank Robert. The Vikings. New York: American Heritage Pub.; Book Trade and Institutional Distribution by Harper & Row, 1964. Print. La, Fay Howard. The Vikings. Washington: National Geographic Society, 1972. Print. Lassieur, Allison. The Vikings. Mankato, MN: Capstone, 2007. Print. What Life Was like When Longships Sailed: Vikings AD 800-1100. Alexandria, VA: Time-Life, 1998. Print.

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