How Did the Vikings Make There Weapons?

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The viking weapons were made by viking craftsmen who forged spears, swords and battle-axes from wrought iron and mild steel. The craftsmen would usually add their own specially decorated hiltsand swords were often given names like Gold-hilt and Leg-biter. Weapons were symbols of their owners' status and wealth.
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