Artifacts of re-creation. A wooden stanchion (snelle), iron food pick, coil-built cup, wheel-thrown pot, plied rope, and wool felted and dyed.

Our Viking journey brought together students, faculty, and collaborators across continents, in some ways not unlike many journeys of the Viking Age. And yet a journey can also be a parting of ways, and all who were involved in this course drew takeaways of their own.  To capture a snapshot of these divergences and encourage students down the paths of their own choosing, the final project allowed students to present a story of the Viking Age that they chose to tell. A selection of those stories are available here.

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