MEMBERS

Each of the members in the Sons of Fenrir plays an important role within our Viking village, just as societies did in medieval Europe. There were important roles in a village to take on such as the Jarl but also farmers, blacksmiths and weavers. Many goods and services are exchanged right in our village today as they once were. With a blacksmith who makes knives for the cook, or helmets and weapons for the warriors and the children who help with the looking after the village.
 
155523310_430066208226680_66831692899863

Photo Credit: Nico Ayala @iso.nico

Josh Oct2019-8.jpg

JARL

Every year we hold a group meeting (also known as a "Thing") to decide the next year's council. One of the members voted in is the Jarl (synonymous with Earl).


Valdimar Lieffrithsson acts as a leader for the Sons of Fenrir, being to first point of communication for outsiders and a primary decision maker. As the group votes democratically for their Jarl, they trust his choices in future endeavors and raids.

Since the Jarl is of the highest authority, the person in the position is typically the wealthiest of the group. You can se Valdimar has travelled to far East destinations with the highest quality of silks trimming his tunics, and his helmet is adorned with Central Asian Steppe influences. 

MASTER OF COINS
(Treasurer)

Like the Jarl the person in charge of the treasurer role can change every year. In the Viking times it wasn't likely that there would have been a treasurer as most Vikings controlled their own riches as hack silver. 

Eldfriðr has for many year guarded and kept an eye on the funds of the group. Making sure the village keeps in working order by distributing the funds to the Village Theign for food and village upgrades as well as other group uses. 

Photo Credit: Rod Sanchez @rodsanchezphotography

COMBAT THEIGN

The combat Theign has a very important role. Training new warriors and making sure safety and proper use of weapons are upheld both at practices and events. 

VILLAGE THEIGN

David2.jpg

One of the most important roles to our village is indeed that of the Village Theign. Although everyone in the village does their part it is with the Village Theign that our village is fed at events and kept organized.
 

AUTHENTICITY

In the viking times clothing, jewelry, weapons and village equipment would have been dictated by what was in fashion, what could be bought, pillaged and new creations that made life simpler or more impressive. 

Today Viðnir Ragnvaldsson ensures that what we represent in our reenacted village adheres to the historical finds and research of the area we portray. Archaeological finds and research is forever changing our understanding of the viking world. With new  exciting finds or clothing, jewelry and tools. Keeping us on our toes as our world expands. Although we are all still hoping for pockets!

Photo Credit: Rod Sanchez @rodsanchezphotography

OUR VILLAGERS

Freyja Njórðdottir

Fenrir - 2019 Time Island Project - Sat, Sept 14 - Amanda - 03640.jpg

Odaudlegur Vitharson

IMG_1850.JPG

Steiner Ironbeard

Josh Oct2019-7.jpg

Ylva Ahlström

Josh Oct2019-4.jpg

Wilhelm 

Erin.JPG

Ærindís

20AB4F5B-B4F7-4295-985B-9B6F6C054735.jpg

Hrungnr Okseskalle

Josh Oct2019-3.jpg

Bjorn

Josh Oct2019-2.jpg

Astrid

Issig.JPG

Issig Hrútrdóttir

361C633D-0E72-40DE-B11F-78AC132730F7.jpg

Fritjof

Diana.jpg

Dagmar

Josh Oct2019-9.jpg

Ketta

Copy of IMG_20210925_112314.jpg

Tyra

Josh Oct2019-30.jpg

Sable

62377494_10214907712712874_7886681873928159232_n.jpg

Dagfinn

242747635_10159867245501942_6726544597192238776_n.jpg

Ulfgar Lieffrith Ragnarson

IMG_5456.JPG

Eira

Copy of IMG_1737.JPG

Erik

Copy of IMG_1789.JPG

Riah

243298945_10159867272186942_4298204763303817644_n.jpg

Arij Dagson

243497339_10159867231726942_4097896085924047837_n.jpg

Alfred

Josh Oct2019-10.jpg

Sven

Copy of IMG_1776.JPG

Ulfric Brotsjorson

IMG_1855.JPG

Torsten Jotunnson

Copy of IMG_1805.JPG

Jonathan

Josh.JPG

Sváss

IMG_2248.JPG

Regin

20210917_141642.jpg

Jean du Bois

Headshot Photography provided by: Bonnie Critchley, Erin Hoar, Rod Sanchez, and Amanda Ubell