Death in ancient Norse times was associated with varying customs and beliefs. There were not only different manners of performing a Viking funeral, but there were also several notions of the soul and of where the dead went in their afterlife, such as Valhalla, Fólkvangr, Hel and .

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  • Death in ancient Norse times was associated with varying customs and beliefs. There were not only different manners of performing a Viking funeral, but there were also several notions of the soul and of where the dead went in their afterlife, such as Valhalla, Fólkvangr, Hel and . (en)
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  • Death in ancient Norse times was associated with varying customs and beliefs. There were not only different manners of performing a Viking funeral, but there were also several notions of the soul and of where the dead went in their afterlife, such as Valhalla, Fólkvangr, Hel and . (en)
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  • Death in Norse paganism (en)
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