Good evening insta...where did the weekend go. Blink and you missed it. Still in love with my new bedding from @juliancharlesuk it's so pretty and the material is beautiful so soft. Defiantly recommend them if anyone is looking for new bedding.
We associate burials from Vikings as being the kind we might of seen in the Viking Netflix programmes- Elaborate ships pushed into open fjords and lit with a burning arrow. When the vikings came to Britain however they had to manage with more meagre burials. This is a burial in Scotland where remains have been placed in a “stone boat”- A boat shaped grave, which remains to this day so we can witness its history. Often Fuinary goods were placed into the grave to so that we can know the status that the deceased held in life. Sometimes stones where placed over the boat to form a “Tumulus”. These burials are interesting, and Ultimately although they appear so , these acts were not the singular act of burying one person - they were the extended ritual of a Viking culture, That had become hybridised with the Christian rituals of the new homeland. We are artemis Ash Jewellery, made with precious stones and precious ashes. See us in Newark, or our link in bio
Attended the first Newark Vegan Festival on Saturday. This was some of the food on offer: Pulled jackfruit fajita served in a toasted tortilla wrap with rice, salsa, slaw and sauces. Nice. #butwhatdpyoueat