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Toy wooden boats from Bryggen in Bergen, Norway. Dating to the medieval period. BRM_0/17766 / BRM_0/62798 / BRM_0/39900. Photograph by Svein Skare, Universitetsmuseet i Bergen.

Toy wooden boats from Bryggen in Bergen, Norway. Dating to the medieval period. / / Photograph by Svein Skare, Universitetsmuseet i Bergen.

Legetøjsand lavet i horn.

Legetøjsand lavet i horn.

Viking tools and spearheads (wood and metal), Viking, (6th century) / Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Viking tools and Arrow heads (wood and metal), Viking, century) / Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Viking ship building. A shallow draft allowed both seagoing and sailing far up shallow rivers for access to raiding dwelling sites along waterway trade routes. Stowable masts allowed crossing seas to new territories, while rowing enabled travel in dead calms and sneak attacks against coastal and river communities alike.

building the world's most iconic viking ship, part 5 - Robin Wood

4,000 year old baby rattle among Kültepe finds. A baby rattle has been found in the Kültepe Kaniş-Karum trade colony,  where excavations have been continuing since 1948 in the central  Anatolian province of Kayseri [Credit: DHA] A team from Ankara University Archaeology Department, headed by Professor Fikri Kulakoğlu, has been working in the area and unearthed the rattle, which dates back to 2,000 B.C.

year old baby rattle among Kültepe finds. A baby rattle has been found in the Kültepe Kaniş-Karum trade colony, where excavations have been continuing since 1948 in the central Anatolian province of Kayseri [Credit: DHA]

#Vikings,they had superior knowledge of the seas and ship making and I guess they were some real life bad ass people

Vikings,they had superior knowledge of the seas and ship making amazing peoples

Some child likely played with this carved wooden boat a thousand years ago. It was found in an abandoned well during an extensive archaeological dig at the Ørland Main Air Station, on the coast west of Trondheim.  Credit: Åge Hojem, NTNU University,

Archaeologists from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s (NTNU) University Museum have uncovered a toy dating back as far as 1153 CE in an abandoned well in Ørland, Norway.

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