Yggdrasil - The nine worlds of nordic mythology by Infernallo on DeviantArt

Yggdrasil - The nine worlds of nordic mythology by Infernallo on DeviantArt

If you have never tried a Finnish Sahti ale, we highly recommond Samuel Adams® Norse Legend Sahti. Its the perfect drink on a cold snowy day. Think citrus, juniper berries, spice, rye, and much more.  As they say in Finland, "Kippis!"

If you have never tried a Finnish Sahti ale, we highly recommond Samuel Adams® Norse Legend Sahti. Its the perfect drink on a cold snowy day. Think citrus, juniper berries, spice, rye, and much more. As they say in Finland, "Kippis!"

Valkyrie - The Valkyrie are women warriors who take slain warriors from the battlefield to Freyja's fields, Folkvangr where Freyja chooses the first half of the dead; the rest then go to Odin and the hall Valhalla. In Norse legend, Freyja is head of the Valkyrie, and they also work with Odin.  Valkyrie translates to "announcers of the chosen".  Illustration for Norse, of Course! by Kristin Valkenhaus, copyright Norhalla.com.

Valkyrie - The Valkyrie are women warriors who take slain warriors from the battlefield to Freyja's fields, Folkvangr where Freyja chooses the first half of the dead; the rest then go to Odin and the hall Valhalla. In Norse legend, Freyja is head of the Valkyrie, and they also work with Odin. Valkyrie translates to "announcers of the chosen". Illustration for Norse, of Course! by Kristin Valkenhaus, copyright Norhalla.com.

Valkyrie - The Valkyrie are women warriors who take slain warriors from the battlefield to Freyja's fields, Folkvangr where Freyja chooses the first half of the dead; the rest then go to Odin and the hall Valhalla. In Norse legend, Freyja is head of the Valkyrie, and they also work with Odin.  Valkyrie translates to "announcers of the chosen".  Illustration by Nicolas R. Giacondino, copyright Norhalla.com.

Valkyrie - The Valkyrie are women warriors who take slain warriors from the battlefield to Freyja's fields, Folkvangr where Freyja chooses the first half of the dead; the rest then go to Odin and the hall Valhalla. In Norse legend, Freyja is head of the Valkyrie, and they also work with Odin. Valkyrie translates to "announcers of the chosen". Illustration by Nicolas R. Giacondino, copyright Norhalla.com.

Valkyrie - The Valkyrie are women warriors who take slain warriors from the battlefield to Freyja's fields, Folkvangr where Freyja chooses the first half of the dead; the rest then go to Odin and the hall Valhalla. In Norse legend, Freyja is head of the Valkyrie, and they also work with Odin.  Valkyrie translates to "announcers of the chosen".  Illustration by Nicolas R. Giacondino, copyright Norhalla.com.

Valkyrie - The Valkyrie are women warriors who take slain warriors from the battlefield to Freyja's fields, Folkvangr where Freyja chooses the first half of the dead; the rest then go to Odin and the hall Valhalla. In Norse legend, Freyja is head of the Valkyrie, and they also work with Odin. Valkyrie translates to "announcers of the chosen". Illustration by Nicolas R. Giacondino, copyright Norhalla.com.

Norse Legend  Legend has it that barrels of this ancient brew were found on sunken Viking ships.  This Nordic ale called a Sahti took root in Finland becoming one of the oldest continuously brewed styles.  Deep amber in color, the distinctive herbal citrus aroma and flavor comes from aging on a bed of juniper berries for a fresh and flavorful brew.

Norse Legend Legend has it that barrels of this ancient brew were found on sunken Viking ships. This Nordic ale called a Sahti took root in Finland becoming one of the oldest continuously brewed styles. Deep amber in color, the distinctive herbal citrus aroma and flavor comes from aging on a bed of juniper berries for a fresh and flavorful brew.

12th-century carving from a wood panel in a church in Setesdal, Norway, depicts a scene from the Norse legend of Sigurd (Siegfried). Here, the dwarf Regin and his helper are shown forging a sword on an anvil.

12th-century carving from a wood panel in a church in Setesdal, Norway, depicts a scene from the Norse legend of Sigurd (Siegfried). Here, the dwarf Regin and his helper are shown forging a sword on an anvil.

Legendary figures of Norse legend, the Valkyrie were the maidens of Valhalla, the legendary hall of Odin. Led by Freyja, they were said to descend to the fields of battle, choosing half of those who h

Legendary figures of Norse legend, the Valkyrie were the maidens of Valhalla, the legendary hall of Odin. Led by Freyja, they were said to descend to the fields of battle, choosing half of those who h

the design is influenced by the norse legend of yggdrasil, a mythical tree and symbol of life.

the design is influenced by the norse legend of yggdrasil, a mythical tree and symbol of life.

The History Channel's first scripted series reveals that Vikings wore bright clothes dyed with berry, vegetable, grass and made elaborate accessories.

The History Channel's first scripted series reveals that Vikings wore bright clothes dyed with berry, vegetable, grass and made elaborate accessories.

Norse Mythological tree  The Norse Legend of the World Tree - Yggdrasil

Norse Mythological tree The Norse Legend of the World Tree - Yggdrasil

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Norse mythology - The children of Angrboda

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