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Vikings Are Coming!

Free Exhibition
Australian National Maritime Museum
30th November 2005
to
18th June 2006

From Monday the 14th November, through to the 29th of November, a group of hale and hearty Vikings, including the AET's Webmaster, clad in full Viking equipment travelled around Sydney and Suburbs promoting the Exhibition. The photos below are from those travels.

 

Wodensdaeg 16th November

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Freyjadaeg 18th November

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Freyjadaeg 25th November

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For three hundred years Vikings, spread out from their Scandinavian homelands, sweeping the world from Baghdad to North America. Their name remains legend for terrifying raids on teh coasts of Britain, Ireland and Europe in the 8th to 11th Centuries.

Ferocious and fearless, they valued glory and valour above all things. They were skilled boatbuilders, expert navigators, and superb horsemen. Wherever they went they made a mark never to be forgotten.

Beyond their conquests, we now know they created trade routes, founded empires, produced items of exquisite design and made surprising contributions to our world.

The Australian National Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour presents treasures of the Viking World, artefacts and replicas sourced from the great Scandinavian and British collections, for an exhibition that digs beneath the legend and myth to reveal the story of these great navigators, explorers, warriors, traders and artists.

30 November 2005 - 18 June 2006
FREE ENTRY

Open daily 9:30am - 5:00pm (6pm in January)

Phone: (02) 9298-3777

Website: www.anmm.gov.au

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