The history of the Drinking Horn and an introduction to our sponsor - Drinking horns are heavily associated with Vikings in the modern world and often used at Viking re-enactments and also religious events.
In this mini episode I'll attempt to explain how much the Norse people used drinking horns and how were they used.

 

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Intro and Outro music as always provided by the amazing Svanevit - www.svanevit.comhttps://soundcloud.com/erik-ask-upmark/sets/svanevit

As always, I welcome any questions or comments. You can email me via Aonghus@norsenorthwest.com or just go to the Website, www.norsenorthwest.com and I accept messages on Facebook and Twitter as well.

I always reccomend further reading, so here are a few links for you to peruse on the subject of Viking Drinking Horns.

A Second Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Food and Drink: Production and Distribution.

Germanic glass drinking horns, Journal of Glass Studies.

Lady with a Mead Cup: Ritual, prophecy and lordship in the European warband from La Tene to the Viking Age.

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