The British Museum is opening its doors to the first major Viking exhibition in more than three decades. The display features new archaeological discoveries along with objects never seen before in the UK.
Among them is the ship known as Roskilde 6. It was excavated from the banks of Roskilde fjord in Denmark.
The timbers have been painstakingly conserved and the surviving timbers - approximately 20% of the original ship - have been re-assembled.
Installation of Roskilde 6
Here are some of the other going on display from 6 March to 22 June.
The Lewis Chessmen, berserkers, late 12th century, Uig, Lewis, Scotland
Penrith Brooch, c.900, from near Penrith, Cumbria
The Vale of York hoard, AD 900s. North Yorkshire
Penny of Anlaf Guthfrithsson of Northumbria (939–41)
Odin or völva figure, 800-1050. Lejre, Zealand, Denmark
Lewis Chessmen 1150-1145
Hunterston Brooch, c. 700, Hunterston, Ayrshire, Scotland