My end goal is to become a professor in archaeology, with a specialization in the germanic Iron age. I’d better know that history. Still have a long way to go, but that’s the Good Jesus Take The Wheel Shirt plan. Also, don’t yet have a newsletter, so sorry about that. I’m glad you enjoyed the info I could provide, I personally don’t think that provided etymology is the correct one. (Ger was a Proto-Germanic word for spear, but I think it’s more likely that the theory that Germania was adopted into Latin from Gaulish, and was the Gaulish for neighbor is correct. Based on the interactions between the Romans and the Gauls, especially the conquest of Gaul.) There you go, bonus facts. Take it as you will. I figured that you were more than an interested amateur, as most people do not have the names of Northern Germanic tribes on tap. I think that you will probably make a good professor.
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As you communicate in a clear fashion and you have an obvious enthusiasm for the subject. Take that as you will. It is easy to learn, it is safer to Good Jesus Take The Wheel Shirt fight with and everyone is able to make a basic spear. Swords were expensive and took a lot of time to master. So why would you bother making swords for some peasants you dont bother to train a lot anyway. After all they werent professional fighters and if they were to run away and drop their weapons or simply die, you wouldnt lose as much money and ressources. Also in larger fighting groups there were often a good portion of conscripted peasants that couldnt afford any armour. So a stick with a pointy end was most of the times enough to kill or wound them.
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The most common weapons used by the Norse people’s in the viking age were tools that doubled as weapons. Spears could be used to Good Jesus Take The Wheel Shirt hunt or fish. Axes could be used to chop wood. They also had the added benefit of needing less metal, so they were affordable for average citizens. Swords were extremely expensive to make, due to the amount of metal needed, so they were not very common and were a status symbol. You only had a sword if you were rich or killed someone who had one (or your parents did and handed one down to you, I suppose). It isn’t the first documentary I have ever seen about crucible steel forging, but it is by-far the best. It used to be easy to find on YouTube but it looks like NOVA may have cracked down on that.