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"These texts read almost like novels," Zori said in a statement. Yes, the Vikings may have put axes to one another's heads, but these accounts also describe milking cows." Not long after the Viking group settled in Iceland, temperatures dropped, and the North Atlantic experienced a small ice age.
This cold snap meant nine months of winter and only three months that were only a little warmer than winter, according to Zori.
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Bronze tools were sharper and harder than those made of stone.
During the Iron Age iron replaced bronze, and tools became even stronger and more durable.