外围体育投注Just some info: Halvor is a Male name there comes from the Old Norse words hallr (“flat stone”) and vorðr (“guardian”).
Edit: Real viking sagas spoilers (The Erik the red and Greenland saga): In both sagas is there a woman called Freydís Eiríksdóttir, who is described as a masculine, strong-willed woman who would defy the odds of her society - so maybe...?
外围体育投注I seriously can't wait to see Thorfinn interact with the natives of America, I wonder what the sagas say about that, I think I remember reading once that when hostilities arose between both groups the Norse people let their cattle out in a stampede to scare the native Americans away. I also read that a major confusion arose when the settlers offered some cheese to the locals but they didn't have lactose tolerance so they got food poisoning and they took it as a sign of the norsemen trying to kill them. Not sure if any of that's true though.
外围体育投注The sagas indeed say something like that.
They reach Vinland near winter-time and it turns out they're underprepared so they almost starve to death. They meet the natives and trade cloth for furs. The Skraelings want the swords but Thorfinn forbids trading those.
When the bull breaks free it scares the crap out of the Skraeling and they attack weeks later.
Thorfinn becomes convinced that though the land is bountiful, the natives there hate them so it's time to leave. Thorfinn preemptively kills what he perceives as a scouting party of the Natives then packs up to leave, leaving once his wife gives birth to his son.
外围体育投注Sailing to Vinland