The three countries that the vikings came from were Scandinavia denmark and Norway The three countries that the vikings came from were Scandinavia denmark and Norway
The Vikings did not leave Britain; they settled there along the east coast.
The vikings came from the Scandinavian countries which are Denmark, Swedon and Norway
The Vikings Came from Scandinavia
Vikings were from the Scandanavian countries. They were not Black.
Vikings left behind long ships
The vikings left pieces of their houses behind and that has influenced archaeologists to research vikings.
the vikings left Canada because the Indians kept attacking.
Vikings did not have the right to attack on other countries. They should of stay out of the way.
All of them... Scandinavia consists of Denmark, Sweden and Norway, and the vikings originated from all three countries.
No. As of 2009, Brett Favre is still the quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings.
Overpopulation and a lack of habitable land , caused the vikings to leave their homeland.
the vikings traded in Constantinople, asian countries and a little bit in russia
because they faced persecution in their own countries.
Scandinavia & Norway
Norway, Denmark and Sweden
No. The original vikings were Scandanavian. They originated in the countries of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland.
with their own blood
they didn't leave a lot of literature.
They were driven out by the Indians.
Conflicts with the native people.
The could not stand the weather.