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This map shows each of the major (backbone) maternal haplogroups' paths out of Africa.

30 Incredible Historic Artifacts

The Lewis chessmen consist of elaborately worked walrus ivory and whales' teeth pieces. They were found in the vicinity of Uig on the Isle of Lewis. The general condition of the pieces is excellent and they they do not seem to have been used much, if at all. Ninety-three pieces are known to us today, which could form - with some elements missing - four distinct sets. It has been suggested that they belonged to a merchant travelling from Norway to Ireland.

Cate Blanchett ~ Photo by Annie Leibovitz I think something liek this would be relaly nice to highlight flowers/hair, eye makeup if more intense. Winged liner styles? Not sure if talking out of my ass.:

5 'Vikings' Season 3 teases: New characters, Ragnar's Christian flirtation and more

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"Frankenstein" Bog Mummies Discovered in Scotland

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the-orator: So this was the final for my Gesture class, in which we had to design a character. I opted for two characters because its easier for me to develop characters when I’m working with more than one. I decided to go with a Norse and Turkish girl concept for two reasons. One being that I was already behind on the project and since I’ve already done research on Norse/Viking culture (and already have a folder full of reference), it would be easier on me and I would be able to focus…

New Nordic diet: should you eat like a Viking to lose weight?

Traditional Scandinavian diet rich in berries, game and wholegrains heralded as the next big diet trend http://www.amazon.com/WEIGHT-LOSS-NORDIC-DIET-Finberg-ebook/dp/B00TA8DCSU/ #nordic #diet #weightlosss

There were way more female Vikings than we thought, and they got buried with their swords too

the-orator: So this was the final for my Gesture class, in which we had to design a character. I opted for two characters because its easier for me to develop characters when I’m working with more than one. I decided to go with a Norse and Turkish girl concept for two reasons. One being that I was already behind on the project and since I’ve already done research on Norse/Viking culture (and already have a folder full of reference), it would be easier on me and I would be able to focus…