Evening views on Viking life

By on March 31, 2018

Every Tuesday at 18:30 an evening show is held on Viking life, the theme of the different views varies from week to week. The display is included in Vikingaliv’s regular entrance fee. No pre-booking required.

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In connection with the show offers restaurant Glöd shrimp sandwich and a glass of the house wine/beer/mead for only 195 kr/pers. The food package can be ordered on site or booked through bok@vikingaliv.se

Here are the spring’s dates and themes:

April 3: It shows the legs – the osteologist tells

Emma van Eelen, educated osteoarologist and guide on Viking life, tells about the great role of osteology in archaeology. At archaeological sites, many finds are made in the form of skeletons, both from humans and animals. What can it really say about our prehistory?

April 10: Among Valkyrior and Housewives

Tora Andersson, educated archaeologist and guide to Viking life, tells about the role of the woman during the Viking era. The woman carry many roles during the Viking Age, she is portrayed as everything from shield maiden to bondwoman. The power position varies, but how did a woman actually live in the Viking Age and how did her life situation change with Christianity

April 17: Runes and Runestones

Eric Östergren, archaeologist, runologist and guide on Viking life, tells about runes and runestones. The view is about the history of the runes, but mainly their role during the Viking era, and about what we can learn from the rune inscriptions.

April 24: Among Family feuds and Asa gods

Askur Ingvaldsson, archaeologist and guide to Viking life, tells about the oldest history of Nordic literature; the fascinating Icelandic relatives and the Asa gods.

May 1st: It shows the legs – the osteologist tells

Emma van Eelen, educated osteoarologist and guide on Viking life, tells about the great role of osteology in archaeology. At archaeological sites, many finds are made in the form of skeletons, both from humans and animals. What can it really say about our prehistory?

Helena Olofsson, Culture & Music | Stockholm
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