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Kark, another slave, takes elderly men from Norheim for an Ättestupa so they will not become burdens in their old age, but most of them choose exile instead.

As a career raider, Arvid is tired of having no wife or property. Rufus is outraged that he is expected to sleep in a pigsty with Kark. Arvid challenges Olvar, a rich farmer, to a Holmgang for his farm and his wife, Liv.

As Olvar cannot refuse without being exiled, he is forced to agree and is summarily split in half by the superior warrior, who takes over his farm and marries Liv.

Arvid struggles being a farmer and husband to Liv, who is cruel and hypercritical. Rufus learns Kark was freed years ago but stayed in Norheim due to being institutionalised.

Unwilling to risk this himself, Rufus escapes. Olav arranges a hunt for Rufus, but Liv forbids Arvid from going so they can have a mead and poetry evening with Orm and her friends Ansgar and Lone.

Rufus is taken prisoner by woodsmen who plan to sacrifice him to Odin, but he convinces them otherwise by using magic tricks and mime. Watching from nearby, Olav and his men are impressed at Rufus' supposed magic and recapture him.

Olav punishes the woodsmen's leader by cutting off his ear. After being mocked for not understanding poetry, Arvid punches Lone and storms out.

Olav warns Arvid to stand up for himself and not let Liv change who he is. Arvid returns home and finds himself locked out by Liv.

Orm asks Rufus about his magic and becomes fascinated by acting. Olav is stabbed by the man whose ear he took.

A dying Olav tells Arvid he will be the next chieftain and must give Norheim's map to the west to Jarl Varg, a mentally unstable chieftain who could destroy Norheim.

Arvid confides Olav's decision to Hildur, and she seduces him as he is now the new leader. Orm kills Olav before he can publicly announce his decision.

Without Olav to claim otherwise, Arvid is forced to let Orm become chieftain. Orm's poor archery skills fail to set Olav's funeral raft on fire, dooming him to never reach Valhalla as he drifts to sea.

Varg's men arrive for the map and Kark reveals he put the map on Olav's raft. Varg's men leave but Orm, realising the map's value, orders Kark to retrieve it.

Orm puts Rufus in charge of theatre and Rufus suggests a sculpture. Orm uses his new authority to prove Hildur authored graffiti against him, and is legally allowed to punch her; Hildur swears revenge.

Kark returns with the map but finds Orm unappreciative as he has decided to abandon raiding to make Norheim a cultural capital.

Orm orders Rufus' sculpture to be built, but without enough metal, an unwilling Orm is forced to plan a new raid, to Arvid's delight.

Liv is furious that Arvid is going on a raid to enjoy himself. Orm decides to join the raid and leaves Rufus in charge, hiring mercenary Sturla Bonecrusher as his bodyguard.

Rufus puts Kark in charge of building his theatre. One of the other slaves insults Rufus, who orders him punished, not realising Sturla's idea of punishment is violent murder.

Rufus is frustrated when Kark builds his theatre only a few inches tall, having built it to the scale of Rufus' drawing, and demands it to be rebuilt properly.

Orm awakens after the raid is over and insists on fighting the only survivor, a young girl, only narrowly winning. Rufus goes out of his way to abuse his authority, but when Sturla abruptly leaves after learning Rufus has no more money to pay him, the villagers get revenge on Rufus by tarring and feathering him.

The raiders return and Rufus finds that while they stole gold, there is no metal he can use for his sculpture, so Orm declares the warriors must surrender their weapons.

Varg's men, hearing of the raid, demand their leader's share. Orm claims they raided East, despite their captured slaves claiming they were captured in England, and gives them a pittance and one slave.

Arvid hides some of the weapons in the woods. Varg decides to destroy Norheim. Orm unveils the sculpture but the villagers fail to understand why they had to give up their weapons.

Rufus begins rehearsals with Orm, Arvid, and Kark dressed as women. Varg and his men attack and the unarmed warriors are quickly captured.

The women are placed in the main hall, including Orm, Arvid, and Kark in their dresses. Torstein, Varg's second in command, decides to rape a woman and selects Orm.

Arvid and Kark sneak into Orm's bedroom and find him having enthusiastic sex with Torstein, before knocking Torstein unconscious.

Orm protests his innocence despite Arvid finding drawings of naked men in his belongings while looking for the map to the west. Orm, Arvid, and Kark escape into the woods.

Varg offers to let Orm live in exchange for the map, so Orm betrays the others but realises Arvid swapped the map with Orm's naked drawings.

Varg decides to blood eagle Orm, so the cowardly Viking gives up Arvid. Varg threatens to rape Liv and Liv happily agrees. Varg, however, suffers an embarrassing attack of erectile dysfunction.

Kark leads Arvid to the elderly men who decided not to Ättestupa and who are living in the woods; they agree to fight on his behalf in order to regain honour.

Arvid defeats Varg but spares his life. Arvid is made chieftain and has crude prosthetics made for Varg as a gesture of peace. Orm and Rufus are buried up to their necks as punishment, allowing Hildur to get her revenge against Orm by urinating on his head.

With Arvid chieftain, the Norheim Vikings have resumed their raiding lifestyle. Varg has grown depressed since losing his hands and without the map to the West is limited to pillaging the poor lands to the east.

Orm, Rufus, and Liv have spent months walking to Rome but do not realise they are simply lost in the forest a short walk from Norheim.

They come across Sturla Bonecrusher who, realising Orm and Rufus are outlaws, captures them while Liv runs away.

Hakon, one of Varg's men, has been acting unusual since Varg tried to rape Liv, considering it too vicious even by Varg's normal standards, and decides to approach Varg about their hostile work environment.

Sturla returns Orm and Rufus to Norheim, where the Lawspeaker declares that as long as the Lawspeaker lives, Orm and Rufus are to be treated as slaves.

The other slaves grow to hate Orm as they are punished every time he is lazy. Hakon leads Varg's men to air their grievances and demand their feelings be respected, so Varg has Hakon impaled on a spear.

Varg hires a master thief to infiltrate Norheim and steal the map to the West. Under pressure from Liv, Arvid introduces the idea of protection money to Norheim, where he won't burn down people's farms if they pay him.

Varg's thief infiltrates Norheim but is crushed by a falling rock trap as soon as he touches the map. The Norse were also known as Ascomanni , ashmen , by the Germans, Lochlanach Norse by the Gaels and Dene Danes by the Anglo-Saxons.

The Gaelic terms Finn-Gall Norwegian Viking or Norwegian , Dubh-Gall Danish Viking or Danish and Gall Goidel foreign Gaelic were used for the people of Norse descent in Ireland and Scotland , who assimilated into the Gaelic culture.

Archaeologists and historians of today believe that these Scandinavian settlements in the East Slavic lands formed the names of the countries of Russia and Belarus.

Modern Scandinavian languages have a common word for Norsemen: the word nordbo Swedish : nordborna , Danish : nordboerne , Norwegian : nordboerne , or nordbuane in the definite plural is used for both ancient and modern people living in the Nordic countries and speaking one of the North Germanic languages.

In modern Scandinavian languages, the term Northman Norwegian: Nordmann; [20] Swedish: Norrman; [21] Danish: Nordmand [22] , although originally a term for people of the entire nordic region, is now often used to refer to people of Norwegian nationality.

The British conception of the Vikings' origins was inaccurate. Those who plundered Britain lived in what is today Denmark , Scania , the western coast of Sweden and Norway up to almost the 70th parallel and along the Swedish Baltic coast up to around the 60th latitude and Lake Mälaren.

They also came from the island of Gotland , Sweden. The southernmost living Vikings lived no further north than Newcastle upon Tyne , and travelled to Britain more from the east than from the north.

The northern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula with the exception of the Norwegian coast was almost unpopulated by the Norse, because this ecology was inhabited by the Sami , the native people of northern Sweden and large areas of Norway, Finland, and the Kola Peninsula in today's Russia.

The Norse Scandinavians established polities and settlements in what are now Great Britain England , Scotland , Wales , Ireland , Iceland , Russia , Belarus , France , Sicily , Belgium , Ukraine , Finland , Estonia , Latvia , Lithuania , Germany , Poland , Greenland , Canada , [23] and the Faroe Islands.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Historical ethnolinguistic group of people originating in Scandinavia.

For other uses, see Norseman disambiguation and Northmen disambiguation. For the television series, see Norsemen TV series.

For the association football club, see Norsemen F. Extent of Norse language in AD: Western Norse in red and Eastern Norse in orange.

Nordic Stone Age Nordic Bronze Age Pre-Roman Iron Age Roman Iron Age Germanic Iron Age Migration Period Viking Age Norse—Gaels Normans Old Norse religion Germanic paganism Proto-Indo-European religion Christianization.

Rituals and worship. Poetic Edda Prose Edda Tyrfing Cycle Völsung Cycle Saga Runestone. Mythology in the Middle Ages: Heroic Tales of Monsters, Magic, and Might: Heroic Tales of Monsters, Magic, and Might.

However, when discussing the entire culture of the Northern Germanic peoples of the early Middle Ages, and especially in terms of the languages and literatures of these peoples, it would be more accurate to use the term "Norse.

A Companion to Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and Culture. Old Norse' defines the culture of Norway and Iceland during the Middle Ages. It is a somewhat illogical concept as it is largely synonymous with 'Norse' The term 'Norse' is often used as a translation of norroenn.

As such it applies to all the Germanic peoples of Scandinavia and their colonies in the British Isles and the North Atlantic.

Scandinavian Studies. The term "Norse" will be used as a catchall term for all North Germanic peoples in the sagas The Handy Mythology Answer Book.

Visible Ink Press. The term Norse is commonly applied to pre-Christian Northern Germanic peoples living in Scandinavia during the so-called Viking Age.

Old Norse gradually developed into the North Germanic languages, including Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish.

Expansions: Competition and Conquest in Europe Since the Bronze Age. The same can be said of Viking Age Scandinavians who did not have a common ethnonym but expressed their common identity through the geographical and linguistic terms There is absolutely no doubt about a common Northern identity during the Viking Age and afterwards In Lee, Donald Woodward ed.

English Language Reader: Introductory Essays and Exercises. Dodd, Mead. Probably very early during these centuries of migration the three outstanding groups of the Germanic peoples—the North Germanic people of Scandinavia, the East Germanic branch, comprising the Goths chiefly, and the West Germanic group, comprising the remaining Germanic tribes—developed their notable group traits.

Then, while the East Germanic tribes that is, the Goths passed gradually out of the pages of history and disappeared completely, the North Germanic, or Scandinavian, or Norse, peoples, as they are variously called, became a distinctive people, more and more unlike the West Germanic folk who inhabited Germany itself and, ultimately, Holland, and Belgium and England.

While that great migration of nations which the Germans have named the Volkerwanderung was going on, the Scandinavian division of the Germanic peoples had kept their habitation well to the north of the others and had been splitting up into the four subdivisions now known as the Swedes, Norwegians, Danes, and Icelanders.

Long after the West Germanic and East Germanic peoples had made history farther south in Europe, the North Germanic tribes of Scandinavia began a series of expeditions which, during the eighth and ninth centuries, in the so-called Viking Age especially, led them to settle Iceland, to overrun England and even annex it to Denmark temporarily, and, most important of all, to settle in northern France and merge with the French to such an extent that Northmen became Normans, and later these Normans became the conquerors of England.

The Isles: A History. Oxford University Press. Ottar belonged to a group of peoples who were beginning to have a huge impact on European history.

They are now called 'Scandinavians', though historically they were called 'Northmen'. Accessed 10 September Oxford English Dictionary.

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Norsemen The Norsemen (or Norse people) were a North Germanic ethnolinguistic group of the Early Middle Ages, during which they spoke the Old Norse language. The language belongs to the North Germanic branch of the Indo-European languages and is the predecessor of the modern Germanic languages of Scandinavia. In AD, the Vikings of Norheim have a hectic schedule that includes pillaging, plundering, enslaving others and solving problems with butternutwoolens.com://www. NORSEMEN is all the best parts of "Community" and "The Office" for vikings. Eric W. Aug 02, One of the most vapid, stupid, riding the boot straps of History's Vikings (among others) empty. When a freak accident throws him back in time, a mild-mannered data entry clerk teams up with a ball-busting Viking woman who teaches him to be a warrior so he can return home. Norsemen synonyms, Norsemen pronunciation, Norsemen translation, English dictionary definition of Norsemen. Western Scandinavian people raiding, exploring, and colonizing south to France, west to Britain, north to Labrador and Greenland.
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