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Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga

Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga This amazing site, from the National Museum of Natural History, is all about the Vikings . The first thing to do is to try the flash choice. Each stop along the voyage of the Vikings to North America has sections about archeology, sagas, history, genetics, and
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Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga


This amazing site, from the National Museum of Natural History, is all about the Vikings . The first thing to do is to try the flash choice. Each stop along the voyage of the Vikings to North America has sections about archeology, sagas, history, genetics, and environment. The enhanced site has audio narratives that play while you visit each stop.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

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