Viking Town

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Zoom over a Viking Town. Take birdseye view of the Viking Learn about the life of a Viking at home and at sea. Find out how tools and weapons were made by the Vikings, and the rich goods they risked their lives for. Take a look at how the Vikings built their homes and how they protected the towns people. This book provides guide-book details for the armchair traveler: important sights to see, suggestions on what to eat and drink, where to stay, and what to do. With tips on local and useful phrases, this is an ...
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Overview

Zoom over a Viking Town. Take birdseye view of the Viking Learn about the life of a Viking at home and at sea. Find out how tools and weapons were made by the Vikings, and the rich goods they risked their lives for. Take a look at how the Vikings built their homes and how they protected the towns people. This book provides guide-book details for the armchair traveler: important sights to see, suggestions on what to eat and drink, where to stay, and what to do. With tips on local and useful phrases, this is an essential guides for every young historian.

Takes the reader through a typical Viking town in the ninth or tenth century, describing the different areas, major buildings, and the daily occupations of the people.

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Gr 4-6-Both of these books have copious, colorful illustrations and worthwhile information, but there is nothing unique about the presentation and the material is readily available elsewhere. Greek Town devotes its two-page chapters to various aspects of a city-state such as the temple, a family home, the theater, and athletic contests. It is obvious that the city depicted here is Athens-the temple is clearly the Parthenon-a city that was unique and distinct from other cities, thus making it a poor representation of a typical town. Particularly disturbing is the depiction of a frieze in which something resembling black underwear is crudely drawn on to the sculpted human forms, a great disservice to the ancient Greeks, who gloried in the beauty of the human form. Barry Steel's Greek Cities (Watts, 1990; o.p.), although aimed at a slightly younger audience, is a superior treatment. Viking Town also covers town and family life, as well as crafts, trade, raids, and burial rites. It could serve as an additional purchase, although Fiona MacDonald's A Viking Town (Peter Bedrick, 1995) presents similar information and includes a map showing the extent of Viking explorations. In both books, a "Time-Traveler's Guide" gives tourist information such as money, where to stay, souvenirs, etc. "Guided Tours" suggests day to week-long excursions. A serious drawback is that neither title contains maps to locate the actual sites.-David N. Pauli, Portland Jewish Academy, OR Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780531153802
  • Publisher: Scholastic Library Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/28/2000
  • Series: Metropolis Series
  • Pages: 48
  • Age range: 10 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.42 (w) x 11.18 (h) x 0.11 (d)

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