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‘Prospect Good’ was the nom de plume of the gold prospector, fossicker, and bush poet, Francis William Ophel. This poem, ‘The Sagamen,’ is filled with vivid imagery drawn in the style of Old Icelandic sagas (Louise…

This strangely weapon-less Lego Viking warrior was used as an in-store display piece. The warrior is approximately one metre high and is wearing helmet with the horns associated with the Vikings in popular portrayals. His shield features two…

The logo for the Australian National Rugby League team the Canberra Raiders is the head of a Viking warrior wearing a horned helmet. The hair and beard of the Viking has a green tinge to match the colour of the team’s jumpers. The helmet features a…

Described on their website as ‘the largest Licensed Rugby Union Club in the world’ (http://www.vikings.com.au/OurClubs.aspx), the Vikings Group is an Australian club with a number of venues in New South Wales. Their logo features a…

A poem featured in The Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen's Land Advertiser, which conforms to lyrical and bardic poetic traditions. It has medieval and classical undertones in both style and language.