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Hittingur Strandgtu (vi Eimskip) mivikudaginn 11, ma klukkan 20:00

FUNDUR - 27. mars 2011

Fundur Strandgtu (nja jnustuhsi vi eimskip) klukkan 13:00

Allir a mta, skipuleggjum sumari,

skoum fingahsni og margt fleira.


Fundur


Fundur laugardaginn 19. febrar klukkan 13:00 jnustuhsinu Strandgtu. Njir melimir velkomnir.

Vopnafing

Vopnafing morgunn (mivikudag 16.02.) klukkan 19:30.Mting vi nera blasti kjarnaskgi ( vi klsetthsin)

Fundir hefjast a nju!

a verur haldin fundur laugardaginn 29. janar eftir full langa psu.Vonandi sjum vi sem flesta. Til a bta upp fyrir litla virkni undanfari set g link inn su hj manni sem er a sma fyrir mig lti sax og g mli srstaklega me honum.

http://www.adriaangerberknives.com/


ATH:

Fundur sem tti a vera sunnudaginn 21. nv. frestast til 28 nvember, nnari upplsingar vera birtar sar!

Leursaumur ATH.

Vegna viranlegra astna verur a fresta leursaumnum ar til 14. nvember, a er nstu helgi.

Leursaumur

ann 7 Nvember nstkomandi klukkan 12:00 er a tla a halda sm hitting og sauma sr eigin mittistskur r leri. Vil lka benda a a er komi fullt af njum og flottum linkum sem vert er a skoa hr heimasu vorri.

Viking Helmets

As to my puchase of my first Viking Helmet i thought I should include a small article and a picture of that handsome thing

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Helmet

"Today there is only one known example of a Viking helmet in existence. This Viking helmet was made of iron and was in the shape of a rounded or peaked cap made from four plates after the spangenhelm pattern, and was excavated from Gjermundbu, Norway, and dated to the 10th century. Gjermundbu is located in Haugsbygda, a village in Ringerike municipality, northeast of the center of Hnefoss, in Buskerud, Norway. This helmet has a rounded cap and has a "spectacle" guard around the eyes and nose which formed a sort of mask, in addition to a possible mail aventail. The eyeguard in particular suggests a close affinity with the earlier Vendel period helmets. From runestones and other illustrations, we know the Vikings also wore simpler helmets, often peaked caps with a simple noseguard. Vikings didn't actually wear helmets with horns mounted on them, but illustrations from the 19th Century popularized this representation"

* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viking_Age_arms_and_armour


Skrr tengdar essari bloggfrslu:

Weapon Trainings

Not quite what was espected, hope there will be a better turnout the next time....vona a a veri betri mting nst :P

We where few but we tossed some ideas around and tought a new guy to swing a sword. Next practice is sunday the 17th.at 13:00

Vorum 6 alls og hentum nokkrum hugmyndum milli okkar en lti anna. Nsta fing er Sunnudaginn 17oktber kl.13:00


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