A new study may resolve an old debate about how tough the Vikings actually were. Although TV and movies paint Vikings as robust souls, braving subzero temperatures in fur pelts and iron helmets, new evidence indicates they might have been basking in 50-degree summer weather when they settled in Greenland.
This is a 21st-century reproduction of Thjodhild’s church on Erik the Red’s estate (known as Brattahlíð)
in present day…
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