A photo taken at a 1982 excavation of the gravesite shows remains from what may belong to the Great Viking Army. For years, archaeologists were stumped. What happened to the Great Viking Army, a massive force that seized great swaths of England in the 9th century but left barely a trace?
A mass grave unearthed in Derbyshire may actually be a burial site for members of the viking great army.Several viking graves amp; a charnel deposit of nearly 300 people were excavated in the 70s amp; 80s at St. Wystan s Church in Repton.
6000-Year-Old Pre-Viking Artifacts Discovered in Norway as Climate Change Melts Glaciers - Outer Places
Oppland, Norway, is a cold place that's only getting warmer. Preserved in its ancient ice are some extremely rare artifacts that pre date the Vikings organic materials like wood and animal hides, frozen and kept near intact from decay.Now those 6,000 year old artifacts are thawing out, exposed to the elements due to rising temperatures. A team of archeologists surveying an area 1,400 feet up Oppland's glaciers from 2006 to 2015 found 2,000 artifacts dating back from 4,000 BCE to the beginnings of the Renaissance.
The grave (known as Bj 581) was first discovered in the 1880s but only recently tested for DNA. The body was found with a sword, an axe, a spear, armor piercing arrows, a bottle knife, two shields, and two horses. All those components suggest that the body belonged to a professional warrior, according to the authors of the study.
Scientists have uncovered evidence that female Viking warriors existed YouTube History Swedish scientists have revealed that the body of a Viking warrior long presumed to be male is, in fact, female.A team of researchers from Stockholm University conducted a DNA analysis of the skeleton and confirmed that it belonged to a woman. The 10th century skeleton, the researchers concluded, is the first confirmed female high ranking Viking warrior.
Verizon Updates: Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S5, Note 5, HTC 10 & More Receive Latest ... - Long Beach City College Viking
Ending 2016 with a treat, Verizon has released a wave of security updates to numerous Android smartphones. In total, 11 Android smartphone models should be receiving a firmware update from the Big Red bringing in the most recent security patch. According to GSM Arena, an update is s available each for the Verizon branded variants of Samsung 's 2015 flagship models, the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Edge Plus, with software versions G920VVRS4CPL3, G925VVRS4CPL3 and G928VVRS3BPL4 respectively. For those looking forward to gain more from the update, unfortunately, these new firmware updates do not contain anything else aside from the security improvements. Verizon 's firmware support page for each Samsung Galaxy S6 models is saying the same, which reads: The current software update gives you the most up to date Android trade; security patch on your device. rdquo; Aside from the updates for the Galaxy S6 variants, the older flagship model ndash; Galaxy S5 ndash; should also receive a new firmware which specifically bears the version number G900VVRS2DPL1. The phablet models of the Galaxy family carried by Verizon are also getting a new security update. The N920VVRS3BPL4 firmware build is available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, N910VVRS2CPL1 for Note 4, and N915VVRS2CPL1 for the Galaxy Note Edge, according to Droid Life. Image by Donald Bowers Getty Images for Samsung In addition to certain Samsung Galaxy smartphones, a security firmware update is available each as well for Moto 's line of modular smartphones, the Moto Z. Aside from the standard model, security update for Verizon 's Moto Z DROID and Moto Z Play is rolling out. Furthermore, completing the list of 11 Android smartphones with new firmware update from Verizon is HTC 's 2016 flagship offering, the HTC 10. Similar to other software updates for Samsung Galaxy and Moto devices, HTC 10 's firmware version 1.85.605.9 should now be rolling via Over The Air or OTA process. Once a firmware update becomes available for a Verizon smartphone, an automatic notification usually pops up prompting users for the OTA download. But there 's no need to fret if the firmware has not arrived yet to your phone as OTA rollouts happen in stages, which means some units will have to wait a bit longer to receive the update. It is also feasible to manually check a firmware update 's availability by navigating to the smartphone 's Settings menu. Look for About Phone and tap System or Software Updates for the device to start searching for any firmware accessible for download and installation. Before downloading an update, Verizon recommends to ensure a stable Wi fi or network connection. The battery should also be fully charged for the update process to successfully push through. Image by Paul Zimmerman Getty Images for Motorola As for other Verizon news, the carrier has announced that it will brick the troubled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 via a software update after initially saying otherwise. According to The Verge, Verizon first decided not to participate in this action because of the added risk this could pose to Galaxy Note 7 users that do not have another device to switch to. rdquo; But apparently, the network had a change of mind as it is now planning to roll out the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 update on January 5. The killing update rdquo; will specifically stop the phablet from charging and will disable it from wireless radios, the report noted. Verizon also shared the following on its website We want to make sure you can contact family, first responders, and emergency medical professionals during the holiday travel season. However, we urge you to stop using your Note7, upgrade it to another device, and return the Note7 to us. rdquo; Other members of the big four carriers mdash; T Mobile, AT amp;T and Sprint mdash; all agreed to release the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 update. T Mobile is the first one to send it out (December 27) while AT amp;T will roll out the firmware same day as Verizon. As for Sprint customers, the Note 7 update is scheduled to arrive beginning January 8. Featured Image by Joe Raedle Getty Images Kylie Jenner Hit With Plastic Surgery Allegations Again
Courtenay Blasts “Salami Sausage Diplomacy”; Confident A.G. States the Facts - Long Beach City College Viking
Nov 30, 2016 Eamon Courtenay Senator Courtenay went on to attack what he called salami sausage diplomacy the piecemeal offerings by the Government on the Guatemala issue, starting with the ratification of the Special Agreement and Protocol and moving on to the Referendum Act. Courtenay also bruited the possibility of Constitutional amendments and amendments to the Maritime Areas Act, making the case for a joint national commission to look at the issue in its entirety. Meanwhile, Attorney General Senator Vanessa Retreage countered that no choice has been taken away from the Belizean people as it relates to Guatemala, and that Belize has nothing to fear at least not legally. Eamon Courtenay, P.U.P. Senator The first slice we get dah the Special Agreement you nuh get the whole sausage, you just get wah slice. The next slice we get dah the protocol approve that. But these documents require a referendum, and we hear that there is going to be an amendment to the Referendum Act. We haven t seen it. Approve this first, that is going to have a referendum; we are not going to show you the amendment to the Referendum Act that wah be the third slice you wah get; sometime later, next month, they will bring us back here and say, Unu dun seh we gwein da referendum; now here is the law under which we will go to referendum. The fourth slice, Mister President over and over we have been advised, the Maritime Areas Act needs to be amended. We are talking about resolving this dispute with a law that is inimical to our interests. When are we going to get that slice? We have said that the Constitution of Belize needs to be amended to legally carry this process forward wah next slice. It is piece by piece, slice by slice; that approach, we do not support. It is the view of the People s United Party, Mister President, that we need to have a comprehensive and holistic approach to Belize Guatemala relations; including the resolution of the Belize Guatemala dispute; including the holding of the referendum; including the education exercise that has to be undertaken. And that is why we have repeatedly called for the creation of a national team that looks at this matter, not slice by slice, piece by piece, issue by issue, but in a holistic way, so that we can plan a strategy. Vanessa Retreage Vanessa Retreage, U.D.P. Senator Why not now? It has been I think Senator Courtenay has highlighted the fact that it has been eight years since the Special Agreement was signed; it has been fifteen months since the Protocol was signed; why wait longer for someone else to decide how we deal with this issue? Some of the objections to the Agreement have been focused on the precise nature of the Guatemalan claim. To this I say: it matters not what they claim, because any good attorney will tell you, what matters it what can be proved. It will be an in
A second thousand year old Viking settlement may have been discovered on the island of Newfoundland, Canada Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism The possible discovery of a 1,000 year old Viking site on a Canadian island could rewrite the story of the exploration of North America by Europeans before Christopher Columbus.The unearthing of a stone used in iron working on Newfoundland, hundreds of miles south from the only known Viking site in North America, suggests the Vikings may have traveled much further into the continent than previously thought.