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hedendom: “ A new discovery was announced today in Gotland by Dan Carlsson, Associate Professor of Human Geography at Gotland Allehanda. The long metal pendant depicts the god Odin with a horned.

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File:Description=Captioned as "The Bound Devil." Plate before page The stone features a depiction of a bound, horned figure, sometimes theorized as the Norse deity Loki.

HELLENISTIC ARMOUR 4TH BCE Bronze helmet with two iron horns (4th BCE) from Brjastovec, Burgas. Archaeological Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria Thracian

Hellenistic helmet, C BCE. Bronze helmet with two iron horns BCE) from Brjastovec, Burgas.

Bronze helmet, late Bronze Age (800-400 BCE) from Veksoe-Bog, Denmark

Was told Vikings never wore horned helmets, interesting - Bronze helmet, late Bronze Age BCE) from Veksoe-Bog, Denmark

The bronze figurines from Grevensvænger. A male with horned helmet and a female with string skirt.

The bronze figurines from Grevensvænge, Zealand. A male with horned helmet and a female with string skirt.

Bronze Helmet  Greek, South Italy, 400 - 375 B.C.  The J. Paul Getty Museum  “Three attachments on the top of the helmet originally held decoration, probably horsehair crests, feathers, or metal animal horns.

Helmet Greek, South Italy, 400 - 375 B. Paul Getty Museum “Scholars call this form of Greek helmet Apulo-Corinthian, meaning that it is a variation of the standard Corinthian helmet used in the Greek colonies in Apulia.

Treasure-Filled Warrior's Grave Found in Russia.  This bronze helmet, found on the surface of the necropolis, depicts curled sheep horns carved in high relief.

Scythian helmet: The Archaeology News Network: Ancient warrior's treasure-filled grave found in Russia Bronze helmet found on the surface of the necropolis [Credit: Valentina Mordvintseva]

Matrix used in the manufacture of helmet plaques.The dancing figures, berserkers, wear a helmet whose horns terminate in birds' heads & his companion wears the mask of a wolf or bear. Country of Origin: Sweden Culture: Viking. Date/Period: 6th C. Place of Origin: Bjornhouda, Torslunda parish, Oland. Material Size: bronze. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Statens Historiska Museum, Stockholm . Location: 18.

Wolf Rites of Winter - Archaeologists digging a Bronze Age site on the Russian stA bronze Viking plate from the century A. depicts a helmeted figure who may be the god Odin dancing with a warrior wearing a wolf mask.