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Before Christianity stole our "churches"..

Before Christianity stole our "churches".

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum | Key, Bronze, On the handle is a Christian cross motif, Unknown find spot, Sweden. SHM 2918

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Key Bronze On the handle is a Christian cross motif.

Viking key

Discover the real lives of Vikings at the Royal BC Museum

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Key, bronze, incised with the owner's mark 'I I I', made in France, to

Viking Key; bronze; loop for suspension at head of bow, which is decorated with pattern of circles and lines.

Key, bronze, Viking - decorated in a circle and line pattern with a loop for suspension at the head of the bow.

Viking fire steel Firesteel of copper alloy and iron from 1050-1150, from Gotland, Sweden.  Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

The hall of Heorot Viking fire steel Firesteel of copper alloy and iron from from Gotland, Sweden.

Ornate Turn of the 19th c. Russian Sleigh | From a unique collection of antique and modern sports at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/sports/

Ornate Turn of the 19th c. Russian Sleigh

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On the handle of this bronze key is a Christian motif showing the crucifixion above a small palmette. Keys are common in Viking Age Scandinavian material, but only rarely are they adorned with such obvious Christian symbolism.

925 Sterling Silver Aegishjalmur Viking Helm of Awe Runes Pendant

925 Sterling Silver Aegishjalmur Viking Helm of Awe Runes Pendant

Viking Jewelry, Runes, Tree Of Life, Vikings, Ancestry, Symbols, Irish, Genealogy, Irish Language

Chamberlain's key from the time of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany (Stuttgart, after 1891) This precious crafted key was the badge of office of the Lord Chamberlain, who presided over the premises of the king.

Chamberlain's key from the time of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany (Stuttgart, after This precious crafted key was the badge of office of the Lord Chamberlain, who presided over the premises of the king.

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