Basically, researchers just discovered the Viking version of Xena the Warrior Princess.
We're so here for this.
Archaeologist Sarah Parcak used satellite data to find the Canadian site.
You don't even have to wear a horned helmet.
In Cannes this year, the actress was there to promote her upcoming film Jazbaa, the feature directorial debut for Bollywood mega producer Sanjay Gupta, and her return to acting after a five-year hiatus.
I am watching the season finale of "Downton Abbey" when my Mom calls to say that she wants to go on a Danube river cruise. Of course she does. It's Pavlovian, the Viking Cruises ad runs before each episode and the bells ring for the servants to attend to the aristocrats of the manor.
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