Vikings Silver Set
The Vikings from Northern Europe were not only feared warriors, the experienced seafarers were also traders with useful connections. Thus, it is not surprising that they brought home silver from their extensive travels from around the world, especially since there were only few resources of the precious metal in their homeland.
The pragmatic Norsemen accepted the silver from Arabia as a currency just as much so as the Denarii from the fallen Roman Empire. During their excavations, archaeologists have found silver coins, jewelery and everyday objects, which demonstrate how well- travelled the Vikings were during their raids and trading voyage.