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Ancient cross pendants, slavs & vikings amulets XI - XIII century

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Viking age/ Pendant/ Uppland

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A wonderful example of a viking silver bracelet made from a single band of metal, with punched decoration covering the outside of the piece. Found in Northern Norfolk, probably near Burnham Market, 9th or 10th century. The punched decoration is of a characteristic type used during the viking-age.

Viking sword from the 9th/10th century

Jewellery from Iron Age History museum Oslo Norway | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Head of Odin A 9th century pendant from Bridlington, East Yorkshire, England. Possibly depicting the god Odin (based on museum notes). From the collection of the British Museum, London, England.

Penannular brooch, Dymes, Eigersund, Rogaland, 10th C.Historisk Museum, Oslo.

Viking silver lunate and disc pendant, crescent silver sheet with soldered on stud terminals, inner and outer egdes defined by lines of small punched dots, three larger bosses punched symmetrically within the body of the moon, suspended within the lunate is a silver disc, possibly Viking harness decoration, metal analysis supplied, ex Pummell collection, 6cm wide

The scandinavian necklace of the 11th century with a symbol of a falcon that in details was reproduced in the arc of The Rurik Dynasty in Russia, in the earliest times of their monarchy. The name Rurik means 'a falcon' in ancient Dutch. To the opinion of Western historians Grand Prince Rurik was a native to Dutch Prince Hamlet known by Shakespeare's tragedy.

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