雅尔斯班有女战士和她的丈夫一起打猎，和他打仗，和他打仗，葬在战士的坟墓里。具体提到了在该地区埋葬的妇女和重型武器的勇士(Byock等人，195 – 218)。尽管与勇敢的男人一起埋葬的女战士数量是微不足道的，但在这样的墓地里，她们的存在说明了女性的不同性别角色。即使未婚女性也可以在家庭中没有人活着的时候占据家庭的地位，这样的女人会照顾家庭，从她的父亲和祖先那里继承所有财产。这种地位的女人叫Baugrygr。在当今社会，妇女的权利和权利只能得到讨论和尊重，但很少付诸实施。维京妇女的权利是在没有妥协和偏见的情况下进行的。他们被认为是对男性的任务，在本质上是男性化的，比如政治、贸易、航海、侵略、防御和扩张到新地区。在被定义为女性和女性的任务中，很少有对妇女有利的法律的削弱，而她的权利和权利很少被稀释。这说明了文化的力量，因为文化总是在男人和女人代表一个社会，并为他们的生活行为做出负责任的选择时繁荣起来。这与当前的社会不同。女性主义由于女性侵犯男性生活，采用男性习惯和生活行为而丧失。因此，比起今天的妇女，维京妇女享有更多的保护和尊重。
The Jarls class had warrior women who hunted along with her husband, went to war with him, won wars with him, and were buried in the warrior grave. There are specific mentions of women graves who were buried in the area along with the brave warriors with heavy weaponry (Byock et al. 195-218). Although the number of warrior women buried along with brave men is marginal, the very presence of them in such a cemetery speaks volumes about the different kinds of gender roles of women. Even unmarried women could occupy the head of the family status when no one from her family remains alive, and such a women would take care of the family, and inherit all property from her father and ancestors. A woman of such status was called as Baugrygr. Such rights and entitlements for women in the current society are only discussed and revered but seldom practiced. The rights that were present for the Viking women were practiced without compromise and bias. They were considered subordinates in the tasks that were meant for men and were masculine in nature, like politics, trading, seafaring, invading, defending and expanding to new regions. In tasks that were defined as womanly and feminine, there was seldom an undercutting of the laws that were in favor of women and her rights and entitlements were very rarely diluted. This speaks for the strength of the culture because a culture always thrives when the men and women of that culture represent a conjoined society and make responsible choices for their life conduct. This is unlike the current society. Feminism is lost owing to women invading the masculine life and adopting masculine habits and life conduct. The Vikings women thus enjoyed more protection and respect than the women of today.