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Vikings at the Viking Ship Museum Oslo Video - A quick look at the Vikings and the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo. Planning a visit to Oslo, a trip to Oslo's Viking Ship Museum is almost mandatory. And Rightly so. The history of the Vikings and their Viking Ships is something that fascinates many of us. Not just because of the reputation the Vikings had as fierce warriors and pillagers, but also because of the Wide travels these fascinating Vikings made. The Viking Ships displayed in the Viking Skip Huset (the Viking Ships House directly translated, which the Viking Ship Museum is also called in Norwegian) is called the Oseberg Viking Ship, Gokstad Viking Ship and Thune VikingShip. These Vikings Ships are thought to be the best preserved Viking Ships to ever be recovered. But unfortunately the...
Live broadcasting from the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway, where Ellen tells us about the ships and Viking history. Dedicated to the promising students of Ste. Genevieve, MO, who are up at 8 in the morning to watch the show.
Musée des navires vikings d'Oslo Le Musée des navires vikings (en norvégien Vikingskipshuset - La maison des navires viking) se trouve à Bygdøy, une péninsule à l'ouest de la ville d'Oslo en Norvège. Il fait partie du musée historique de l'Université d'Oslo, et abrite essentiellement les navires vikings trouvés à Tune, Gokstad, et Oseberg. On peut y voir diverses autres pièces, dont un chariot viking et des découvertes faites au cimetière de Borre. Dans la même zone, sur la péninsule de Bygdøy, il est également possible de visiter le musée du Kon-Tiki, le musée folklorique norvégien, le musée du Fram et le musée de la marine.
Navire viking au musée dOslo. The Gokstad ship is a Viking ship found beneath a burial mound at Gokstad farm in Sandar, Sandefjord, Vestfold, Norway. Excavation of Gokstadhaugen or Kongshaugen (from the Old Norse words kóngr meaning king and haugr meaning mound) revealed a ship burial dated back to 9th century. The site was excavated in 1880 by Nicolay Nicolaysen. The Gokstad ship is clinker-built, constructed largely of oak. The purpose of the ship was not intended for long voyages but intended for warfare, trade, and transportation of people and cargo. The ship is 23.24 m long and 5.20 m wide. It is the largest in the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo. The ship is steered by a quarter rudder which is fastened to a large block of wood attached to the outside of the hull and supported by an ext...
I recorded this video on Sept.. 8, 2013 in Oslo, Norway at the Viking Ship Museum. In the Museum are three of the worlds most well preserved Viking Ships. One of the ships, the Oseberg Ship, when discovered and excavated, contained many artifacts, along with the bodies of 2 Viking age women. The burial occurred in the year 834!