Vikings´ History     J2 me A                   Carolina Sarachu                   Victoria Bonnefon                   Lucí...
Where did the vikings come  from? The Vikings came from three countries of Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway and Sweden
What were the Vikings’ jobs?               Most   Viking men were                versatile handymen,                but s...
What happened in 793? In793, Northmen attacked the Christian  monastery at Lindisfarne in Northumbria, in  north-east Eng...
What did Vikings build? What did  Vikings build ships for?                   The Vikings built fast                   shi...
What did the Vikings trade with  other countries? They traded jewellery, silver, spices, silk, wine, glass and pottery wi...
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  1. 1. Vikings´ History J2 me A Carolina Sarachu Victoria Bonnefon Lucía Moreno
  2. 2. Where did the vikings come from? The Vikings came from three countries of Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway and Sweden
  3. 3. What were the Vikings’ jobs?  Most Viking men were versatile handymen, but some had special skills. Women baked bread. They made the familys clothes. On the farm, women milked the cows and made cheese.
  4. 4. What happened in 793? In793, Northmen attacked the Christian monastery at Lindisfarne in Northumbria, in north-east England.
  5. 5. What did Vikings build? What did Vikings build ships for?  The Vikings built fast ships for raiding and war. The Vikings also had slower passenger and cargo ships called knorrs. They built small boats for fishing or short trips.
  6. 6. What did the Vikings trade with other countries? They traded jewellery, silver, spices, silk, wine, glass and pottery with Europe and Asia.

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