Viking Drinking Vessels
I. Marc Carlson
LIB_IMC at centum.utulsa.edu
Fri Oct 4 08:55:56 PDT 1996
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>...the Vikings sometimes made actual canteens out of horn...
Please tell me where I can see these. Preferably in the original.
>attached, but I'm guessing that they were sewn with sinew and glued, and
>then "caulked" with brewer's pitch....
Depending on what sort of "glue" was used, caulking mightn't be needed.
>kasa), a type of bowl used primarily for ale. These bowls have a handle on
>either side (a modern survival is the "loving cup" type of trophy)...
There's a sort of Scottish cup that is similar as well (often made of shaped
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