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The Norse (also called Vikings) were a Human culture on Earth based in the Scandinavia area. The nations of Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland were largely populated by the Norse.

The Being Zeus also claimed to be the Norse god Woden. When he marveled at Human advancement, he included the Norsemen as a prominent Earth culture. (NF novel: Gods Above)

The Norse god Thor was a character in a holodeck program created by Naomi Basner. (NF novel: Restoration)

In 1986, Isis disrupted a meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev and then hid under a 12th century Viking couch. (TOS novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1)

Harulf Ericsson was a Norwegian Augment. Khan Noonien Singh described him as a Norseman who looked every bit like his Viking ancestors. (TOS novel: To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh)

Benjamin Sisko was told tales of the Valkyries of Norse mythology by Rebecca Sisko when he was young. Sisko himself thought he knew what it would have felt like for a Valkyrie to be carried to Valhalla, comparing it to his experience of being brought out of the Fire Caves to the Celestial Temple by his mother Sarah Sisko. (DS9 short story: "Living on the Edge of Existence")

Miles O'Brien had a holosuite program depicting the Battle of Clontarf that reenacted the battle between Brian Boru and Viking attackers. (DS9 episode: "Bar Association")

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