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The 1st Pioneer Group at the 2014 Bonfire Council costume competitions. © Edward Reeves Photography

The 1st Pioneer Group at the 2014 Bonfire Council costume competitions. © Edward Reeves Photography

Viking with long boat.

Viking with long boat.

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009


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The 1st Pioneer Group at the 2014 Bonfire Council costume competitions. © Edward Reeves Photography

The 1st Pioneer Group at the 2014 Bonfire Council costume competitions. © Edward Reeves Photography

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Me with long boat.

Me with long boat.

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Cliffe BONCO Competitions 2009

Glas beads were incredibly  expensive a millenia ago, as they were hand made by artisans, who required years of training to learn that delicate process.

Glas beads were incredibly expensive a millenia ago, as they were hand made by artisans, who required years of training to learn that delicate process.

An axe-swinging 'rape and pillage' fighter found in a Viking burial pit had filed his teeth to look more ferocious in battle. The pain without anaesthetic would have been excruciating - but it would have proved his status as a great warrior, archaeologists said. The warrior was found in Weymouth, Dorset, UK.

An axe-swinging 'rape and pillage' fighter found in a Viking burial pit had filed his teeth to look more ferocious in battle. The pain without anaesthetic would have been excruciating - but it would have proved his status as a great warrior, archaeologists said. The warrior was found in Weymouth, Dorset, UK.

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