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Norse Mythology

AleHorn’s 2017 Black Friday Deal – $20 Special Edition Viking Horns

2017-11-22T11:19:46+00:00 November 21st, 2017|Categories: Announcements, Coupons, Drinking Horn, Gods, History, Norse Mythology, Seasonal, Viking|

Happy Black Friday to you! Congrats, you've stumbled into the best Black Friday shop of all - the Internet. No need to ever go anywhere else. Trust us, we've been outside - it's cold and there are bears. Better shop here. We have a lot of great stuff for your Christmas list this year -

New Norse Rune Symbol Pendants Now Available!

2017-10-27T21:02:03+00:00 October 27th, 2017|Categories: Norse Mythology, pendants, Runes, Viking|

AleHorn engraving all started with runes engraved on horns, and now we've come full circle. We've selected six of our most popular symbol engraving designs to create into traditional style brass and nickel plated Viking rune pendants. We couldn't decide on one metal finish, so we chose two: the silver-hued nickel plated finish and

Norse Mythology and the Eclipse

2017-08-18T14:23:58+00:00 August 18th, 2017|Categories: Community, Drinking Horn, Gods, History, Holidays, Norse Mythology, Seasonal, Viking|

Next week, the first total solar eclipse in forty years will pass over the Earth. Eclipses have happened since long before recorded history, and because of that, they have always had a place in human mythology. Norse mythology is no different. The word 'eclipse' comes from the Greek word for, 'abandonment.' For ancient people all

Norse Gods and Goddesses: Freya

2017-07-18T12:51:56+00:00 June 15th, 2017|Categories: Gods, History, Norse Mythology, Viking|

The ancient Norse revered women just as much as they revered men, and one fine example of that is the goddess Freya. While Frigg was the wife of Odin the All-father, Freya was counted as an equal to him because they split the dead between them. "The Æsir Against the Vanir" (1882) by Karl

Old Norse Returns to York in a JORVIK way

2017-05-03T19:39:38+00:00 May 3rd, 2017|Categories: Destination, History, Norse Mythology, Uncategorized, Viking|

For the first time in hundreds of years, the Old Norse language is being spoken in York, England once more. Thanks to researchers and students at University of York, the animatronic Vikings at the JORVIK Viking Centre are now speaking their actual, native tongue. These animatronics tell the tale of the Scandanavian warriors who harassed

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