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THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol

Gormánuður

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" The first winter month is called Slaughter or butcher month, and on the first day of this month a feast is held called Winter blót. This feast is to honor the God Freyr, and thank him for the harvest. "

Source: #^http://norse-mythology.net/the-viking-lunar-calendar-the-names-of-months-and-days/

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THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol

Gormánuður

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" The first winter month is called Slaughter or butcher month, and on the first day of this month a feast is held called Winter blót. This feast is to honor the God Freyr, and thank him for the harvest. "

Source: #^http://norse-mythology.net/the-viking-lunar-calendar-the-names-of-months-and-days/
THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol

Gormánuður

==========

" The first winter month is called Slaughter or butcher month, and on the first day of this month a feast is held called Winter blót. This feast is to honor the God Freyr, and thank him for the harvest. "

Source: #^http://norse-mythology.net/the-viking-lunar-calendar-the-names-of-months-and-days/
THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol


Gormánuður

==========

" The first winter month is called Slaughter or butcher month, and on the first day of this month a feast is held called Winter blót. This feast is to honor the God Freyr, and thank him for the harvest. "

Source: #^http://norse-mythology.net/the-viking-lunar-calendar-the-names-of-months-and-days/

THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol


Gormánuður

==========

" The first winter month is called Slaughter or butcher month, and on the first day of this month a feast is held called Winter blót. This feast is to honor the God Freyr, and thank him for the harvest. "

Source: #^http://norse-mythology.net/the-viking-lunar-calendar-the-names-of-months-and-days/

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THE VIKING LUNAR CALENDAR

Skol
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Haustmánuður

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" The last summer month is called harvest month. As you can see, it is very clear to us that according to the names of the months, the Vikings were mainly farmers who were very dependent on the weather. The dates will also vary from year to year since it is a lunar calendar. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

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