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Vikings never had horns on their helmets.
They did not have horns on their helmets
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Vikings had a metal helmet with no horns on so any one that told you that they did they are wrong. The idea of the Vikings having horns on there Helmets came from the Victorians
Vikings did not have horns on the outside of their helmets, that is a myth , they did how ever have horns on the inside of the halemet.
No, the vikings didn't have horns on their helmets the Victorians made it up.
They usually did have helmets in battle. Not helmets with horns because they weren't that foolish. A helmet with horns would make it easy for the enemy to grab the horns and drag the viking down and kill him/her (Yes her).
According to the museum staff that have actual Viking relics in parts of Europe; Viking helmets didn't have horns on them. It must have been a Hollywood film that got the idea going. Because that's where nearly everyone first saw horns on Viking helmets...the movies. ======================== "Der Ring des Nibelungen," Wagner's opera, is what started the idea of Vikings having helmets with horns and wings.
Nothing, they didn't have horns on there helmets! The myth was inveted in Victorian times.
Many ancient Celts wore horned helmets.
Yup. Horns optional.