Did Vikings invent braids?
Beside this, did Vikings braid their hair?
The Vikings took care of their hairs, and yes, they indeed braided it often. Anyhow, while Vikings did wear their hair long and often groomed it and combed it, braids where by far not the most popular hairstyle.
Similarly, you may ask, who invented braids?
“The origin of braids can be traced back 5000 years in African culture to 3500 BC—they were very popular among women.” Braids are not just a style; this craft is a form of art. “Braiding started in Africa with the Himba people of Namibia,” says Alysa Pace of Bomane Salon.
Braided hair is not only an Egyptian tradition. Braids were found throughout the world and amongst ancient Europeans like the Vikings, Greeks and many other Europeans. Since the Copts (who are "brown", Middle Eastern people) are proven to be the direct descendants of the Ancient Egyptians, then why do people