Why do the vikings always carry their swords?
The primary purpose of viking sword was thrusting and they were used as fighting weapons. So one can conclude that they were the survival weapon of the viking age and not only to viking age people but also to other people.
Only Samurai were allowed to carry to two swords, they were not required to have the swords with them at all times
They are buried with their swords.
they fort they were there freind
swords and axes.
The Vikings had swords as their main weapon but they also had basically everything from battleaxes to giant hammers!
Fuller was great advantage of viking swords. Fuller was used to increase the strength and flexibility of the sword while reducing the weight of the sword at the same time. Viking swords were properties of Jarls (viking chiefs) and wealthy vikings. Common vikings used axes and other weapons because more affordable price.
vikings made there own sawds out of what they found or created, vikings had metals therefor they would make there handal of there sawd then sharpen the blade.
They Battled With Swords. They Were A Little Like The Pirates.
They used their axes,swords and spears to do their jobs.
swords, battle axe, knife
The Vikings used swords, spears, and what were called battle-axes. They also used shields to protect themselves.
vikings fought with axes, swords, bows and arrows, and spears, they also carried around wooden shields for protection
They were the most powerful weapons that they could create in their times
The vikings were buried with special possession's, food, animal fur, swords, clothing, pots, pans, jewellery and many other important things. Vikings didn't believe in the afterlife.
Swords, Bows and arrows, axes, no cannons, and Whips, and torches
ax and metal steel swords and wooden shields
Battle axes, swords, and shields were quite popular amongst the Vikings.
they could make all this armor, swords, boats and houses.
Because maybe vikings cant kill anything exept for evil alien monsters from outer space with really short swords -Morgan Freeman
Traditionally, two. Carrying swords in public is no longer legal in Japan, however.
Yes. Viking weapons were typical of the 10th Century; swords, spears, axes and clubs.
swords and clothing was found in the ground as archiloigists carefully put it inside a museum
they took swords and spears with them and also other weapons. they took food and drink !
This is a complex answer. Double edged weapons (dirks, daggers, reaper, and such) where used by many. The Vikings refined the sword into what it became, more commonly know as a Knight's sword. Most swords in movie like Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones are based on Viking swords.
Guns are better than swords. Swords are USELESS. They aren't use anymore because we have guns which are better and more advanced weapon. Swords have been in the time of gladiators, vikings, and ninjas. Today, we use guns and NOT swords because guns are a more effective and lethal weapon. Swords are USELESS. They suck and will LOSE against a Gun. Guns are BETTER. And whoever say Swords are Better, They Suck Balls.
guns and swords
A Minnesota Vikings jersey can be purchased from Jersey City and Nike as well. Amazon and eBay, as well as the NFL Shop carry jerseys which one can order online. Many sports stores carry jerseys from various football teams including the Vikings.
Yes. Some Viking women graves have been found with swords, axes, sea axes, and knives.
They carried javelins, swords, and daggers.
Ninjas carried swords on their back while samurai carried a katana on their hip and also sometimes had a wakizashi (short sword)
Yes, they used them to carry supplies and weapons.
Not illegal to own, but illegal to carry on or about your person.
The Vikings have never played anywhere else, they have always played in Minnesota.
All the Vikings chose the name of there ships the Vikings have to name there ships with dragon and then carry on with the name For Example The name of a Viking ship could be called Dragon head
not always, some vikings pillaged towns for goods but didn't kill.
they would be given equipment such as spears, swords and to protect them they would carry shield's. they would not go to battle on a horse, but in parades a horse would carry the soldier.
You carry a real sword with you, you make the cot-dam rules.
your never sure unless you are one of those people
Tunics, the famous Viking helmets, round shields, axes, swords/daggers, sandal-type shoes sometimes, fur coats, etc.
They wore helmets made out of leather or iron. The wore these cloths that were long and dirty looking. They carried a shield,axe,swords with them when they attack.
I think it was the pirates, as the sea robbing pirates has always been a problem. Vikings
It's everyone's swords. Similar to shakespearian time.
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There were Native Americans there and they would always fight and the Vikings didn't feel safe so they left Vinland.
Hades would always carry around a scepter.
Not always, they used to be nice.
nope they were boring drinkers that were always drunk