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Rare Ancient Viking Votive Axe C.950-1050AD.

Rare Ancient Viking Votive Axe C.950-1050AD.

Silver Thor's Hammer, circa 9th-11th century CE. A cast silver pendant in the form of a T-shaped hammer with tapering round-section shaft; the head decorated with a dense array of punched dot-in-triangle motifs extending to the lower shaft; a silver suspension ring inserted through the pierced finial. 15 grams, 43 mm (1 3/4").

Silver Thor's Hammer, circa 9th-11th century CE. A cast silver pendant in the form of a T-shaped hammer with tapering round-section shaft; the head decorated with a dense array of punched dot-in-triangle motifs extending to the lower shaft; a silver suspension ring inserted through the pierced finial. 15 grams, 43 mm (1 3/4").

Two Viking arm rings of solid gold was found an early December morning in 1923 when a young farmhand took the horse out and started to plow a field. And there they where, down in the soil, a very rare finding.

Two Viking arm rings of solid gold was found an early December morning in 1923 when a young farmhand took the horse out and started to plow a field. And there they where, down in the soil, a very rare finding.

Viking Ship (Oslo)

Viking Ship (Oslo)

Viking age / Silver ring / Uppland.  Gemstone ring from Birka.  In the Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Viking age / Silver ring / Uppland. Gemstone ring from Birka. In the Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Viking Horse absolutely gorgeous

Viking Horse absolutely gorgeous

Visa utställning | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet

Visa utställning | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet

Nordic Viking Bronze Battle MAMMEN AXE Great Pattern  Detais  8th  AD (212)

Nordic Viking Bronze Battle MAMMEN AXE Great Pattern Detais 8th AD (212)

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Visa bild | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet

Rare Slavic “Axe of Perun” Pendant, 10th-12th Century AD Axehead pendants were popular in the late Viking age during the 10th-12th centuries and were mostly found in Western Russia and Southern Scandinavia. They were identified by some researchers as amulets representing an axe of the highest god of the Slavic pantheon, Perun, the god of thunder and lightning.

Rare Slavic “Axe of Perun” Pendant, 10th-12th Century AD Axehead pendants were popular in the late Viking age during the 10th-12th centuries and were mostly found in Western Russia and Southern Scandinavia. They were identified by some researchers as amulets representing an axe of the highest god of the Slavic pantheon, Perun, the god of thunder and lightning.

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