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Land transport in the Viking Age

Land transport in the Viking Age

real viking artifacts - Bing Images

real viking artifacts - Bing Images

The chamber-graves of the Viking Age

The chamber-graves of the Viking Age

viking clothes by Mèliye - chaperon de type skjoldehamn

viking clothes by Mèliye - chaperon de type skjoldehamn

The costume

The costume

3. Jernalder (500 f.Kr.-1050 e.Kr.) - Nationalmuseets Samlinger Online

3. Jernalder (500 f.Kr.-1050 e.Kr.) - Nationalmuseets Samlinger Online

Lead fishing weight, Whithorn. A hogback shaped piece of lead with holes at either end is a line weight from a fishing net.  Similar objects carved in stone have been found on Viking sites in the Northern Isles, and the use of similarly shaped weights continued right through to the 19th century,

Lead fishing weight, Whithorn. A hogback shaped piece of lead with holes at either end is a line weight from a fishing net. Similar objects carved in stone have been found on Viking sites in the Northern Isles, and the use of similarly shaped weights continued right through to the 19th century,

Varangian

Varangian

An axe with double meaning    One of the most magnificent finds from the Viking Age is one of the axes from the grave at Mammen. It is made of iron with silver inlay. The axe is decorated in the so-called Mammen style, which is named after this particular find. The style arose in the 900s and it survived until around 1000. The motifs on the axe can be interpreted as both Christian and pagan…

An axe with double meaning One of the most magnificent finds from the Viking Age is one of the axes from the grave at Mammen. It is made of iron with silver inlay. The axe is decorated in the so-called Mammen style, which is named after this particular find. The style arose in the 900s and it survived until around 1000. The motifs on the axe can be interpreted as both Christian and pagan…

Hiberno-Scandinavian or Hiberno-Norse imitation of Aethelred II long cross penny (type North 9-11 S. 151) - Obv. Bare-headed bust left, blundered legend / Rev. Voided long cross, blundered legend - 1.78 g - almost XF, on both sides Viking punchmarks ('pecks') - very rare

Hiberno-Scandinavian or Hiberno-Norse imitation of Aethelred II long cross penny (type North 9-11 S. 151) - Obv. Bare-headed bust left, blundered legend / Rev. Voided long cross, blundered legend - 1.78 g - almost XF, on both sides Viking punchmarks ('pecks') - very rare

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