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Horrible Histories Vicious Vikings Magnetic Bookmark

Horrible Histories Vicious Vikings Magnetic Bookmark

Never lose your place in your book again. Clamp this magnetic bookmark around the page you last read to keep it ready for the next time you pick up your book. Produced to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Terry Deary's and Martin Brown's Horrible Histories books the bookmark is a great…

£1.00

English Heritage Memory Game - People Through History

English Heritage Memory Game - People Through History

…bright and colourful memory picture cards. The cards feature many different images of people through history including a Queen policeman blacksmith Viking and stone age Woman. There are 24 different pairs to match up and collect. The game play can be varied to suit different ages and abilities; for…

£8.00

Horrible Histories Vicious Vikings Fridge Magnet

Horrible Histories Vicious Vikings Fridge Magnet

Bring to mind the fearsome seafaring Viking warriors with big boats big shields and enormous ginger beards with this classic Horrible Histories Fridge Magnet. Featuring a typically witty illustration of a Viking running off to savage his Saxon enemies the magnet is a great way to attach notes or…

£1.00

3 Lobe Viking Sword

3 Lobe Viking Sword

…last Viking raid on England was defeated by King Harold II in 1066. The Vikings were ferocious warriors and saw death in battle as means to entering the Halls of Valhalla – where they could fight all day and feast all night. The 3 Lobe Viking Sword is based on a late Viking design…

£110.00

Guidebook: Portchester Castle

Guidebook: Portchester Castle

…combat attacks by barbarian pirates.In the 5th century it was transformed into a Saxon stronghold or burgh to protect this part of the coast from Viking raids.After the Norman Conquest in 1066 a castle was built inside of the Roman walls. It later became a royal residence. Occupied until the 17th…

£3.50

English Heritage Banquet Mead

English Heritage Banquet Mead

…great care for English Heritage by the award winning Lyme Bay Winery. Mead is probably the oldest known alcoholic drink and was much loved by Vikings and revellers at medieval banquets. Banquet Mead is an easy drinking honey based wine with a mellow golden colour and subtle aroma. This refreshing…

£10.50

Great Britains Great War

Great Britains Great War

Jeremy Paxman's magnificent history of the First World War tells the entire story of the war in one gripping narrative from the point of view of the British people.NOW A MAJOR BBC TELEVISION SERIES. "He writes so well and sympathetically and chooses his detail so deftly that if there is one…

£25.00

Norman Helmet with Aventail

Norman Helmet with Aventail

…the Viking raiders that settled in Northern France. Norman comes from the Medieval Latin "Northman/Norseman" meaning Viking. The Normans invaded England in 1066 and defeated the Anglo-Saxons at the Battle of Hastings. The Norman "Nasal" Helmet was based on earlier Viking Helmet…

£75.00

Quiver & 2 Arrows

Quiver & 2 Arrows

Traditional hessian quiver complete with two arrows. Bows and Arrows have been a part of our history since the stone age. Roman soldiers Viking sea warriors and Norman foot troops all used bows but in the late middle ages the Archers from Britain were known as the most deadly men in Europe! A great…

£4.00

Bow and Arrow

Bow and Arrow

Strike bulls-eye every time with this bow and arrow!Bows and Arrows have been a part of our history since the stone age. Roman soldiers Viking sea warriors and Norman foot troops all used bows but in the late middle ages the Archers from Britain were known as the most deadly men in Europe!This…

£6.00

Pirates (Usborne Sticker Dressing)

Pirates (Usborne Sticker Dressing)

…to this exciting sticker book series. It is packed with historically accurate pirate costumes and juicy details on how pirates really lived from Viking pirates in the first century to the Chinese pirates of the 1800s. It comes with over 150 stickers to choose from including costumes for fearsome…

£6.99

Norman Belt

Norman Belt

The Normans (Northmen) were descended from the Viking conquerors of Northern France and gave the name Normandy to this newly acquired territory. The Duchy of Normandy which they formed by treaty with the French crown was one of the great fiefs of medieval France. The Normans were a war-like people…

£35.00

Zinc Plated Mail Coif

Zinc Plated Mail Coif

…Celts. The earliest example was found in a Celtic Chieftain's burial in Romania. It was a popular form of defence for the warrior elite of the Viking and Early Medieval periods. It is often (wrongly) referred to as chainmail but this terminology was first introduced by Sir Walter Scott in 1822…

£39.00

Coppergate Helmet

Coppergate Helmet

…in York in a wood-lined pit with fragments of antler stone glass and iron close to the site where archaeologists had earlier found the remains of Viking settlers. Tests revealed that it was made of iron and copper alloy and dates to the second half of the 8th century. The helmet is stylistically…

£196.00

How to Train Your Dragon [Paperback]

How to Train Your Dragon [Paperback]

…Haddock III was an awesome sword-fighter a dragon-whisperer and the greatest Viking Hero who ever lived. But it wasn't always like that. In fact in the beginning Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III was the most put upon Viking you'd ever seen. Not loud enough to make himself heard at dinner with…

£6.99

History Top Trumps Quiz with a Twist

History Top Trumps Quiz with a Twist

Are you an English history buff? Do you know your castles from your abbeys?  Your Vikings from your Normans? Can you identify the difference between life in a Roman fort and life in a Victorian country house? Can you remember who shut down Rievaulx Abbey? And which famous legendary king is…

£10.00

Beowulf Helmet

Beowulf Helmet

Beowulf is the oldest surviving epic poem in Old English and is commonly cited as one of the most important works of Anglo-Saxon literature. The full poem survives in the manuscript known as the Nowell Codex and is located in the British Library. It was written in England between the 8th and 11th…

£135.00

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