At The Gates
Volsunga Saga: Chapter 39 & 40 Posted

Chapter 39 & 40 of the Volsunga Saga have been posted!

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Bjorn Lothbrok (Alexander Ludwig)

Bjorn Lothbrok (Alexander Ludwig)

War Of Vikings

War Of Vikings

Volsunga Saga: Chapter 37 & 38 Posted

Chapter 37 & 38 of the Volsunga Saga have been posted!

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Slavic Soul
By: AgnieszkaOsipa

Slavic Soul

By: AgnieszkaOsipa

By: Teresa Zieba / Fine Art America

By: Teresa Zieba / Fine Art America

Volsunga Saga: Chapter 35 & 36 Posted

Chapter 35 & 36 of the Volsunga Saga have been posted!

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The Primary Chronicle 
   The Russian Primary Chronicle, also called Chronicle of Nestor or Kiev Chronicle, Russian Povest vremennykh let (“Tale of Bygone Years”),  medieval Kievan Rus historical work that gives a detailed account of the early history of the eastern Slavs to the second decade of the 12th century. The chronicle, compiled in Kiev about 1113, was based on materials taken from Byzantine chronicles, west and south Slavonic literary sources, official documents, and oral sagas; the earliest extant manuscript of it is dated 1377. While the authorship was traditionally ascribed to the monk Nestor, modern scholarship considers the chronicle a composite work.
source: http://www.britannica.com/

The Primary Chronicle 

   The Russian Primary Chronicle, also called Chronicle of Nestor or Kiev Chronicle, Russian Povest vremennykh let (“Tale of Bygone Years”),  medieval Kievan Rus historical work that gives a detailed account of the early history of the eastern Slavs to the second decade of the 12th century. The chronicle, compiled in Kiev about 1113, was based on materials taken from Byzantine chronicles, west and south Slavonic literary sources, official documents, and oral sagas; the earliest extant manuscript of it is dated 1377. While the authorship was traditionally ascribed to the monk Nestor, modern scholarship considers the chronicle a composite work.

source: http://www.britannica.com/

Celtic Warrior Reinactor

Celtic Warrior Reinactor