A new DNA study suggests that our feline friends have conquered the world by boarding ships and sailing through the vast oceans.
A tomb in Denmark was found with the remains of a Viking man and woman who were buried with high honors. The burial structure is a dødehus or "death house" that dates to 950 AD.
A possible Vikings site has been recently discovered on the island of Newfoundland, with the site dating back to nearly a thousand years, and could alter history as we know it.
Vikings are infamous for their plundering and pillaging, but new research finds that the Viking Age may have been triggered by trade, and wasn't as violent as previously thought.
Vikings are often depicted as raping and pillaging barbarians, using brute strength to overtake new lands. But a new study of ancient Viking DNA shows that it wasn't just men moving to new territories; women accompanied their male companions, making traveling a family affair.