Archaeologists in Norway using ground-penetrating radar have detected one of the largest Viking ship graves ever found. By Andrew Curry “Archaeologists have found the outlines of a Viking ship Continue ReadingEnormous, rare Viking ship burial discovered by radar
The Karl & Sedsel Questad Farm – 19th Century Norwegian Rock Structures in Bosque County Texas – A Case for Preservation – “Questad Farm is a rare example of 19th Continue ReadingThe Karl & Sedsel Questad Farm
“In TV series from Vikings to Game of Thrones, the icy wastes of the north provide the backdrop to dramatic, often violent, stories of kings and warriors, dragons and trolls. Continue ReadingHow Much Viking Lore Is True?
The Norwegian Society of Texas, Houston Chapter – Snorre is pleased to offer the course “Norwegian Language for Beginners” – The course begins January 31st and is held every Tuesday Continue ReadingNorwegian Language Course for Beginners in Houston
The Norwegian Society of Texas Fall Althing meeting for 2016 was held in Bosque County the last weekend of October. We had a great turn out, successfully Althing meeting and Continue ReadingNST Althing Meeting Fall 2016
The Scandinavian Club of Albuquerque has invited members of the Norwegian Society of Texas to attend their 2016 Julefest to be held Sunday, December 4 in Albuquerque. Contact Lana Hills Continue ReadingInvitation to Julefest 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fall is here and it’s time to celebrate the Norse explorer Leif Eriksson who is credited with being the first European to reach North America. We have the honor of Continue Reading“Velkommen” to Leif Eriksson Celebration
“Ja til Dobbelt statsborgerskap” has published some of the important dates coming up regarding the proposal to change the laws on dual citizenship: 6. januar 2016 – høringsfrist 12. januar Continue Reading“Ja til Dobbelt statsborgerskap”