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Instead it only survived in the realm of the sagas, the art and the folklore, often becoming shield-biting demons of war and symbols of evildoing.

But behind the myth and the shroud of history, the sources reveal the existence of men thriving on the border between life and death, fuelled by war and distinguished by their ecstatic battle fury.

But they did. If there were elite troops such as berserkers and wolfskins available on the battlefield, they were put in the front of the phalanx [a rectangular mass military formation, usually composed entirely of heavy infantry] to resist the main weight of an attack, or at the front when launching an attack.

But berserker troops could be a double-edged sword, as they were difficult to control in a battle and were often ill-suited to formation warfare.

Instead, they seem to prefer to operate in smaller groups, attacking independently. Viking warriors looked to the god Odin to give them aggression and courage in battle, but the berserkers took this a step further.

According to the sources they could rout an outnumbering force, and when they attacked they howled like mad dogs or wolves.

After a battle they were as weak as infants, totally spent both physically and psychologically. It is difficult to find any clear difference between a berserker and a wolfskin.

Sometimes they appear to be the same, under the general description of berserker, and at other times they are portrayed as two different types of warrior.

In some contexts, the wolfskins are even more closely connected with the Odin cult than the berserkers seem to be.

Originally berserkers developed their own brotherhood of professional warriors who travelled round and took service with different chiefs.

What distinguished them was that they had bears and wolves as totem animals, and clad themselves in their skins. Irrespective of whether it was a bear or a wolf, the warriors believed they were endowed with the spirit of the animal.

Designs showing warriors clad in what could be bearskins occur, among other places, on the Torslund plates from Öland, thought to date from the seventh century.

The berserkers often comprised an elite troop in addition to the guard or the army in general. In sea battles they were usually stationed at the prow, to take the leading point of an attack.

The berserkers are spoken of as fearsome enemies to meet. They were often said to be so intoxicated by battle-lust that they bit their shields, attacked boulders and trees and even killed each other while they were waiting for battles to begin.

A set of chessmen from the 12th century found on the Isle of Lewis in the Scottish Hebrides includes a chess piece of a warrior biting his shield.

The title of berserker is thought sometimes to have been inherited from father to son, and there are known examples of entire families of berserkers.

One such family known from the sagas is Egil Skallagrimson. The expression is also used in relation to warriors who are not thought to have been wearing any distinctive uniform of animal skins.

These men asked Halfdan to attack Hardbeen and his champions man by man; and he not only promised to fight, but assured himself the victory with most confident words.

When Hardbeen heard this, a demoniacal frenzy suddenly took him; he furiously bit and devoured the edges of his shield; he kept gulping down fiery coals; he snatched live embers in his mouth and let them pass down into his entrails; he rushed through the perils of crackling fires; and at last, when he had raved through every sort of madness, he turned his sword with raging hand against the hearts of six of his champions.

It is doubtful whether this madness came from thirst for battle or natural ferocity. Then with the remaining band of his champions he attacked Halfdan, who crushed him with a hammer of wondrous size, so that he lost both victory and life; paying the penalty both to Halfdan, whom he had challenged, and to the kings whose offspring he had violently ravished Similarly, Hrolf Kraki 's champions refuse to retreat "from fire or iron".

Another frequent motif refers to berserkers blunting their enemy's blades with spells or a glance from their evil eyes. This appears as early as Beowulf where it is a characteristic attributed to Grendel.

Both the fire eating and the immunity to edged weapons are reminiscent of tricks popularly ascribed to fakirs. By the 12th century, organised berserker war-bands had disappeared.

The Lewis Chessmen , found on the Isle of Lewis Outer Hebrides , Scotland but thought to be of Norse manufacture, include berserkers depicted biting their shields.

Scholar Hilda Ellis-Davidson draws a parallel between berserkers and the mention by the Byzantine emperor Constantine VII AD — in his book De cerimoniis aulae byzantinae "Book of Ceremonies of the Byzantine court" of a " Gothic Dance" performed by members of his Varangian Guard Norse warriors in the service of the Byzantine Empire , who took part wearing animal skins and masks: she believes this may have been connected with berserker rites.

This condition has been described as follows:. This fury, which was called berserkergang, occurred not only in the heat of battle, but also during laborious work.

Men who were thus seized performed things which otherwise seemed impossible for human power. This condition is said to have begun with shivering, chattering of the teeth, and chill in the body, and then the face swelled and changed its colour.

With this was connected a great hot-headedness, which at last gave over into a great rage, under which they howled as wild animals, bit the edge of their shields, and cut down everything they met without discriminating between friend or foe.

When this condition ceased, a great dulling of the mind and feebleness followed, which could last for one or several days. In this way, other allies would know to keep their distance.

Some scholars propose that certain examples of berserker rage had been induced voluntarily by the consumption of drugs such as the hallucinogenic mushroom Amanita muscaria [31] [33] [34] or massive amounts of alcohol.

One theory of the berserkers suggests that the physical manifestations of the berserker alongside their rage was a form of self-induced hysteria.

Initiated before battle through a ritualistic process, also known as effektnummer , which included actions such as shield-biting and animalistic howling.

Jonathan Shay makes an explicit connection between the berserker rage of soldiers and the hyperarousal of posttraumatic stress disorder.

If a soldier survives the berserk state, it imparts emotional deadness and vulnerability to explosive rage to his psychology and permanent hyperarousal to his physiology — hallmarks of post-traumatic stress disorder in combat veterans.

My clinical experience with Vietnam combat veterans prompts me to place the berserk state at the heart of their most severe psychological and psychophysiological injuries.

It has been suggested that the berserkers' behavior inspired the legend of the werewolf. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Berserker disambiguation and Berserk disambiguation. Old Norse warriors fighting in a fury.

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Uppsala universitet. Men who were thus seized performed things which otherwise seemed impossible for human power. Rauchstopp Forum modern world is filled with self-appointed experts who investigate various events, legends and historical texts looking for evidence of historic contact between humans and extraterrestrial 3000 Sek forms. Vikingdom Or was it? Vikings Berserker Lasst die Jagd beginnen! Seit dem Jahr erobern Wikinger weite Teile Britanniens – unter ihnen sind die "Berserker". Es sind die wildesten unter den.

Berserkers entered a state of animalistic frenzy before combat. This bizarre cult of crazies was eventually outlawed, even in the warrior culture of the Scandinavian Middle Ages, but not before making their mark on history.

If you're interested in Norse berserker history, look no further than this list. Sometimes they appear to be the same, under the general description of berserker, and at other times they are portrayed as two different types of warrior.

In some contexts, the wolfskins are even more closely connected with the Odin cult than the berserkers seem to be. Originally berserkers developed their own brotherhood of professional warriors who travelled round and took service with different chiefs.

What distinguished them was that they had bears and wolves as totem animals, and clad themselves in their skins.

Irrespective of whether it was a bear or a wolf, the warriors believed they were endowed with the spirit of the animal. Designs showing warriors clad in what could be bearskins occur, among other places, on the Torslund plates from Öland, thought to date from the seventh century.

The berserkers often comprised an elite troop in addition to the guard or the army in general. In sea battles they were usually stationed at the prow, to take the leading point of an attack.

The berserkers are spoken of as fearsome enemies to meet. They were often said to be so intoxicated by battle-lust that they bit their shields, attacked boulders and trees and even killed each other while they were waiting for battles to begin.

A set of chessmen from the 12th century found on the Isle of Lewis in the Scottish Hebrides includes a chess piece of a warrior biting his shield.

The title of berserker is thought sometimes to have been inherited from father to son, and there are known examples of entire families of berserkers.

One such family known from the sagas is Egil Skallagrimson. The expression is also used in relation to warriors who are not thought to have been wearing any distinctive uniform of animal skins.

The earliest written sources of what might be berserkers are found in Roman writings from the first century AD.

In his book Germania , the historian Tacitus describes correspondingly fantastic elite warriors among the German tribes in northern Europe.

They wore neither helmet nor coat of mail, and used only a light shield to protect themselves. The heruli are said to have had a kingdom on Fyn.

This may have survived until into the sixth century, but more of them had previously been driven out of Scandinavia by the Danes. The heruli often took service as warrior bands in the Roman army.

They appeared in the same way as the berserkers, in small groups in the service of chieftains or kings, and there is a possibility that the origins of the berserkers may be found among the mysterious heruli.

The berserkers are often mentioned in sagas, skaldic poems [composed at the courts of Scandinavian and Icelandic leaders during the Viking and Middle Ages] and other literature from the Middle Ages.

In the sagas, which were written in a Christian context, the memory of these warriors has been extended to become a label for those who stand out from the norms of society: thugs and freebooters, pirates and so on.

The descriptions in the sagas of violent men and killers cannot all be linked to the berserkers, however.

Wolf-skinned they are called. In battle They bear bloody shields. Red with blood are their spears when they come to fight.

They form a closed group. The prince in his wisdom puts trust in such men Who hack through enemy shields. The "tasters of blood" in this passage are thought to be ravens, which feasted on the slain.

The Icelandic historian and poet Snorri Sturluson — wrote the following description of berserkers in his Ynglinga saga :.

His Odin 's men rushed forwards without armour, were as mad as dogs or wolves, bit their shields, and were strong as bears or wild oxen, and killed people at a blow, but neither fire nor iron told upon them.

This was called Berserkergang. King Harald Fairhair's use of berserkers as " shock troops " broadened his sphere of influence. Emphasis has been placed on the frenzied nature of the berserkers, hence the modern sense of the word "berserk".

However, the sources describe several other characteristics that have been ignored or neglected by modern commentators. Snorri's assertion that "neither fire nor iron told upon them" is reiterated time after time.

The sources frequently state that neither edged weapons nor fire affected the berserks, although they were not immune to clubs or other blunt instruments.

For example:. These men asked Halfdan to attack Hardbeen and his champions man by man; and he not only promised to fight, but assured himself the victory with most confident words.

When Hardbeen heard this, a demoniacal frenzy suddenly took him; he furiously bit and devoured the edges of his shield; he kept gulping down fiery coals; he snatched live embers in his mouth and let them pass down into his entrails; he rushed through the perils of crackling fires; and at last, when he had raved through every sort of madness, he turned his sword with raging hand against the hearts of six of his champions.

It is doubtful whether this madness came from thirst for battle or natural ferocity. Then with the remaining band of his champions he attacked Halfdan, who crushed him with a hammer of wondrous size, so that he lost both victory and life; paying the penalty both to Halfdan, whom he had challenged, and to the kings whose offspring he had violently ravished Similarly, Hrolf Kraki 's champions refuse to retreat "from fire or iron".

Another frequent motif refers to berserkers blunting their enemy's blades with spells or a glance from their evil eyes. This appears as early as Beowulf where it is a characteristic attributed to Grendel.

Both the fire eating and the immunity to edged weapons are reminiscent of tricks popularly ascribed to fakirs.

By the 12th century, organised berserker war-bands had disappeared. The Lewis Chessmen , found on the Isle of Lewis Outer Hebrides , Scotland but thought to be of Norse manufacture, include berserkers depicted biting their shields.

Scholar Hilda Ellis-Davidson draws a parallel between berserkers and the mention by the Byzantine emperor Constantine VII AD — in his book De cerimoniis aulae byzantinae "Book of Ceremonies of the Byzantine court" of a " Gothic Dance" performed by members of his Varangian Guard Norse warriors in the service of the Byzantine Empire , who took part wearing animal skins and masks: she believes this may have been connected with berserker rites.

This condition has been described as follows:. This fury, which was called berserkergang, occurred not only in the heat of battle, but also during laborious work.

Men who were thus seized performed things which otherwise seemed impossible for human power. This condition is said to have begun with shivering, chattering of the teeth, and chill in the body, and then the face swelled and changed its colour.

With this was connected a great hot-headedness, which at last gave over into a great rage, under which they howled as wild animals, bit the edge of their shields, and cut down everything they met without discriminating between friend or foe.

When this condition ceased, a great dulling of the mind and feebleness followed, which could last for one or several days.

In this way, other allies would know to keep their distance. Some scholars propose that certain examples of berserker rage had been induced voluntarily by the consumption of drugs such as the hallucinogenic mushroom Amanita muscaria [31] [33] [34] or massive amounts of alcohol.

One theory of the berserkers suggests that the physical manifestations of the berserker alongside their rage was a form of self-induced hysteria.

Initiated before battle through a ritualistic process, also known as effektnummer , which included actions such as shield-biting and animalistic howling.

Jonathan Shay makes an explicit connection between the berserker rage of soldiers and the hyperarousal of posttraumatic stress disorder.

If a soldier survives the berserk state, it imparts emotional deadness and vulnerability to explosive rage to his psychology and permanent hyperarousal to his physiology — hallmarks of post-traumatic stress disorder in combat veterans.

My clinical experience with Vietnam combat veterans prompts me to place the berserk state at the heart of their most severe psychological and psychophysiological injuries.

It has been suggested that the berserkers' behavior inspired the legend of the werewolf. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Berserker disambiguation and Berserk disambiguation.

Old Norse warriors fighting in a fury.

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