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Weapons are always important to a warrior and the Vikings had an almost religious love for theirs, but many of them were quite crude. Simple spears, axes and swords hammered from low-grade steel were the most common Viking arms, as well as longbows. Some of them, however, used a unique and deadly sword unlike anything else on a medieval European battlefield. These amazing blades carried what might be the first designer label, inlaid into the steel in letters of iron—VLFBERH+T.

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Abraham Lincoln's Duel Personality

Jan 6, 2015 12:19:09 PM

Abe Lincoln is remembered for giving slaves their freedom during the Civil War, but there was another side to him few have learned about.

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Attila's Sword: Myth and Mystery

Jan 6, 2015 12:03:28 PM

Attila the Hun ruled the Hunnic Empire for almost 20 years. Attila was known for his ability to conquer others, but his sword was as much of a legend as he was.

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