Early medieval West Slavic combs with ornaments designating Scandinavian influences, found in archaeological sites within the modern Germany and Poland: 1 - Neuendorf auf Hiddensee. 2,3 -...

Early medieval West Slavic combs with ornaments designating Scandinavian influences, found in archaeological sites within the modern Germany and Poland: 1 - Neuendorf auf Hiddensee. 2,3 -...

Early medieval West Slavic jewellery making forms, finds from archaeological sites in: 1 - Płock, Poland, 10th century. 2,3 - Barczewo, Poland, 11th century. 4 - Trollenhagen, Germany, 8th/9th...

Early medieval West Slavic jewellery making forms, finds from archaeological sites in: 1 - Płock, Poland, 10th century. 2,3 - Barczewo, Poland, 11th century. 4 - Trollenhagen, Germany, 8th/9th...

west-slavs: One of two matching Slavic silver temple rings found in Weismain, Bavaria, Germany, c. 8th century. Image via Landschaftsmuseum Obermain.

west-slavs: One of two matching Slavic silver temple rings found in Weismain, Bavaria, Germany, c. 8th century. Image via Landschaftsmuseum Obermain.

Slavic silver jewellery found in Matzhausen, Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany. Timeline: c. 8th/9th century | Image from a poster advertising an upcoming exhibition “Słowianie we wschodniej Bawarii” / “Slawen in Ostbayern” about the Slavic settlements in the early medieval Bavaria held in the Państwowe Muzeum Archeologiczne w Warszawie (Warsaw), organized in cooperation with the Museen der Stadt Regensburg.

Slavic silver jewellery found in Matzhausen, Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany. Timeline: c. 8th/9th century | Image from a poster advertising an upcoming exhibition “Słowianie we wschodniej Bawarii” / “Slawen in Ostbayern” about the Slavic settlements in the early medieval Bavaria held in the Państwowe Muzeum Archeologiczne w Warszawie (Warsaw), organized in cooperation with the Museen der Stadt Regensburg.

Finds from a child’s grave from Teutschenthal, Germany. A pair of temple rings (deformed), finger ring and six pierced snail shells. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs) Timeline: 9th/10th century [source]

Finds from a child’s grave from Teutschenthal, Germany. A pair of temple rings (deformed), finger ring and six pierced snail shells. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs) Timeline: 9th/10th century [source]

Finds from a young woman’s grave from Teutschenthal, Germany. A temple ring and a finger ring. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs) Timeline: 9th/10th century [source]

Finds from a young woman’s grave from Teutschenthal, Germany. A temple ring and a finger ring. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs) Timeline: 9th/10th century [source]

150 Haithabu WHH 04-09-2011 | Kai-Erik | Flickr

150 Haithabu WHH 04-09-2011 | Kai-Erik | Flickr

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