The 800-year-old carved figure holding a falcon was found at a dig site in Norway
Tree ring evidence of an ancient solar storm enables scientists to pinpoint the exact year of Norse settlement
Scientists are working to understand the strange inter-cetacean conflict
New technical analysis dates Yale's Vinland Map to the 1920s or later, not the 1440s as previously suggested
New findings at a cavern in Iceland point to decades of elite ceremonial activity aimed at preventing the apocalypse
Scientists re-evaluated the safety of the eruption site after a new fissure began spewing steam and lava a half-mile from the original craters
The sagas suggest she settled in Newfoundland and eventually made eight crossings of the North Atlantic Sea
A new study in Iceland found a connection between a person’s ability to sniff stinky fish and a gene called TAAR5
NHL fans, meet the Seattle Kraken—named for a mythical beast that may have been inspired by the very real giant squid
Archaeologists say the settlement, which may have housed a Norse chieftain, dates to roughly 800 A.D.
In 2014, the Okjökull was declared dead after dwindling from over 5 square miles to a mound of "dead ice"
It is the first refuge of its kind for belugas
Over a million people have tromped the edges of Fjaðrárgljúfur since Biebs danced on its edge in a 2015 video
Adding some insight into their little-known funerary practices, DNA analyses confirm that sacrificial stallions were buried in Viking graves
A Violent Volcanic Eruption Immortalized in Medieval Poem May Have Spurred Iceland’s Adoption of Christianity
A new study looks for traces of the devastating volcanic event in a poem composed in approximately 961 A.D.
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The plant's operators hope to halt the warming of the Earth, but many challenges remain for the plan to work on a large scale