Why the Name 'Hugin and Munin'? In Old Norse religion Odin the Allfather had in his service two great ravens. These ravens' names were Hugin (Thought) and Munin (Memory). They flew around Midgard in search of news and information to return to the mighty god. At the end of their journey they would sit on his shoulders and whisper into his ears all that they had seen and heard.
It is important to be like those ravens and pass on the thoughts and memories that we have all accumulated in the many years of the Viking Age Club. To keep that spark of history alive can only help bring out the truth of the true past of our forefathers (and foremothers), and to help continue to breath life in to the fellowship and pride that those men had that created the organization we belong to. Enjoy the stories and history of a past long gone but not dead.
Viking Age Costumes. By Keith Nelson (1.8 meg PDF)
Viking Tent Construction. By Dennis Rusinko (2.1 meg PDF)
Ship Theory. By Gary Anderson
Skuldeleve 6; The Ship They Said Didn't Exist. By Gary Anderson.
Viking Measuring Systems. By Gary Anderson
Miscellaneous Measuring Systems (Non Viking). By Gary Anderson
Violent Vikings. By Gary Anderson
Reading. By Gary Anderson
Where Did the Horns Come From?? By Eric Anderson
Old Norse Religion
Early Volsung History. By: Eric Anderson
Our Friends the Dwarfs. By: Eric Anderson
Gods will be Gods. By: Gary Anderson
Mjollnir. By Eric Anderson
Loki's Children. By: Eric Anderson
Fun and Games