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idool Mesolithic wooden idol

idool Mesolithic wooden idol

Ny innsikt fra steinaldergraver | forskning.no

Ny innsikt fra steinaldergraver | forskning.no

jewellery vogelherd-Jewellery found at the Vogelherd site.

jewellery vogelherd-Jewellery found at the Vogelherd site.

Neolithic Amber from Denmark. "Large amounts of amber jewellery were deposited as sacrifices in lakes and bogs." http://natmus.dk

Neolithic Amber from Denmark. "Large amounts of amber jewellery were deposited as sacrifices in lakes and bogs." http://natmus.dk

Comb decorated with a human and animal head. Country of Origin: Sweden. Culture…

Comb decorated with a human and animal head. Country of Origin: Sweden. Culture…

Figurine, likely Neolithic, Lithuania, made of Baltic Amber. Göttingen Museum. Slight facial resemblance to the Neolithic stone carving from Moon Temple, Avebury Hills. Both heads are round topped, with triangular face (note that the Baltic head has long hair).

Figurine, likely Neolithic, Lithuania, made of Baltic Amber. Göttingen Museum. Slight facial resemblance to the Neolithic stone carving from Moon Temple, Avebury Hills. Both heads are round topped, with triangular face (note that the Baltic head has long hair).

The beautiful "new" moose of amber found at Næsby beach in Denmark in 2015. Approximately 13 to 14,000 year old

The beautiful "new" moose of amber found at Næsby beach in Denmark in 2015. Approximately 13 to 14,000 year old

Fox  A.D. 800–1850- Punuk or Thule. Walrus ivory. Princeton University Art Museum

Fox A.D. 800–1850- Punuk or Thule. Walrus ivory. Princeton University Art Museum

Figurine made of lead depicting a female divinity with swastika symbol. This was found by archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann at the site of ancient Troy

Figurine made of lead depicting a female divinity with swastika symbol. This was found by archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann at the site of ancient Troy

Grave reconstruction sketch based upon an exhibition at the National Museum of Iceland.  The exhibit arose from new research of the remains and finds in a settlement-era grave that had been discovered in 1938.

Grave reconstruction sketch based upon an exhibition at the National Museum of Iceland. The exhibit arose from new research of the remains and finds in a settlement-era grave that had been discovered in 1938.