The myth of the Vikings has long been associated with the image of large, belligerent warriors, ready to fight and plunder everything in their path, brutal pirates.
The Vikings lived between the late 8th century and the mens skull sweater mid 11th century. A lot of things about the Vikings were misunderstood. They are a group of smart, civilized and hardworking people. They are the worry of the majority of residents living scattered along the coast.
the warlike Viking warriors also made their mark in human history with their own Scandinavian civilization.
And there is no denying that Viking culture still plays an important role in the lives of people in many territories today.
Here are little-known facts about the ancient Viking "pirates", the most talented, fierce and belligerent warriors in human history.
Vikings never wore horned hats
One of the biggest misconceptions about the Vikings is that they dragon skull wore horned hats. The image of a Viking warrior wearing a helmet with horns often appears in movies but this has been proven to be completely inaccurate.
In battles, warriors will wear protective helmets but certainly no horns. No artifacts have been found of horned hats. The idea behind the horned hats came from the Victorian era to romanticize the image of the Vikings. The horned hats add to the brave, scary part.