Ik raad iedereen aan het luisterboek te beluisteren. Gaiman leest Norse Mythology zelf voor en hij heeft een prettige stem om naar te luisteren. In Norse Mythology – en zeker in het luisterboek - komen de oudnoordse goden echt tot leven.
cgrn asked: Hi. I am not a professor or anything, but I would like to learn more about Alea Evangelii and your link came up. Do you know if the original manuscript has been translated into English by anyone? and is it possible to get a copy of the translation? I am interested to find… Continue reading A question concerning Alea Evangelii
Reading for my research and next review.
Considering the extensive and intense contact between the Vikings and the people of the British Isles, it is not unlikely that some form of the Old Norse hnefatafl game has been introduced in Ireland. As we've seen in my previous post, fidchell seems an unlikely candidate. In the case of Brandub, which means 'raven black',… Continue reading Has Hnefatafl been introduced in Ireland?
According to a press release from the County Museum of Bohuslän in Uddevalla, western Sweden, the museum's maritime archaeologists are studying a well-preserved shipwreck whose construction date lies in the AD 1210s or 1220s. Source: Aardvarchaeology
- How to make your own boardgame. - An article comparing the Irish games Fidchell and Brandub with Old Norse games. - A review of the program Det Brente Skipet from the Norwegian NRK.
The Lewis Chessmen (or, more correctly: gaming pieces) are currently on tour for the Exhibition "The Lewis Chessmen Unmasked. Currently they are in The National Museum of Scotland. On their website you can find loads of interesting information concerning the pieces and current research. Exhibition: The Lewis Chessmen Unmasked On the website you can also… Continue reading The Chessmen Unmasked exhibition