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The Vikings were a formidable force that sprang out of northern Europe and expanded through sheer aggressive force. They dominated most of modern-day Europe and beyond during the Middle Ages. Mead and beer were their alcoholic beverages of choice, but what did the Vikings drink out of?
About Drinking Horn:
A common item on the early frontier was the horn cup. This type of drinking vessel has been in use since very early times, being fashioned from cow horns and buffalo horns, as available. Some cups were made by commercial shops in the East, using a lathe to turn a flattened horn disc that was then press-fitted into a groove that was turned in the inside bottom of the cup. This required great skill in order to achieve a precise fit that would prevent leakage.
Vikings often drank out of cattle horns that were fashioned for holding their favorite drinks such as mead and beer. They often drank from the horns in a short amount of time because the base—that is, the tip of the horn—was pointed, not flat. Drinkware in Viking households could have also been from wood or clay.
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