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Editors recommendation:
The Jelling Dragon

Viking reproductions, replicas & crafts.

The Jelling Dragon is actually an online store which sells replicas of the tools used by the Vikings. On this website, there are plenty of pictures of those Viking items, such as jewelry, costumes, weapons and more. All these products are available from the online store of Jelling Dragons. Jelling Dragon sells some authentic products as well as a full range of replica products. Of course, the authentic ones are a lot more expensive than the replica ones.

You will not find any articles on this website to explain the history of the Vikings, however, there are a lot of photos of the tools used by the Vikings and visitors can learn something from them seeing the tools used in the daily life of the Vikings in this way. If schools want to purchase these items to facilitate the teaching process, they can order the products at a discounted price. Therefore, this is surely one of the most popular online stores selling Viking products. If you want to learn more about the Vikings, this could be a good site for reference and you can use the photos from this website to do your school project with permission from the website.

Editors recommendation:
Rosala Viking Centre

Viking museum & accommodation.

The Rosala Viking Centre site contains comprehensive information about the history of the Viking people. In fact, it is a website of the actual center which is operated in the real world. You could actually visit the center if you are interested in learning more about the life of the Vikings. From the website you can arrange to make a visit to the Rosala Viking Centre or you can order souvenirs of the Vikings online.

On this website, there is an introduction to the daily life of the Vikings as well as the myths about the Vikings. Many other websites do not provide information regarding mythology of the Vikings because it requires a lot of work and time to be spent on research and translation. Therefore, this website is a favorite for those who want to learn more about something rare in the Viking culture nowadays. There are also photo galleries so that interested parties can view the Viking culture instead of just reading the articles.

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History Essentials

Viking settlers in Britain.

This section of the Channel4 Learning site focuses on describing the life of the Viking settlers in Britain. In this category there is a brief introduction to the Vikings and their settlements as well as several images of the Viking times. If you are a Viking buff and wish to learn even more about them, you could visit the links provided by this website and learn lots more about the Vikings from other useful websites.

The website does not just provide information to its visitors; it wants people to remember the information. Therefore, there are a few quizzes available on this website which you can answer. These quizzes can be used to verify just how much you have actually remembered from what you have read.

For teachers, this website is also a good resource as they can use the worksheets provided by this website to teach their students. This site is regarded as one of the best sources for teaching Viking history to primary students because the content is simple and teachers do not need to make a lot of translations to reduce the difficulty of reading the content.

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