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www.manfrieds-trelleborg.de/images/forumbilder/fibeln_perlen_2.jpg  Haithabu Museum

www.manfrieds-trelleborg.de/images/forumbilder/fibeln_perlen_2.jpg Haithabu Museum

Fig. 5a. ype N1a. NO-N Sandvik, grave 7. L 55mm. rondheim 18648a. Photo MR  Domed oblong brooches of Vendel Period Scandina­via | Martin Rundkvist - Academia.edu

ype NO-N Sandvik, grave L rondheim Photo MR Domed oblong brooches of Vendel Period Scandina­via

Viking brooches, found in Linköping, Sweden. The archaeological evidence shows that women were often buried in their best outfits, including a pair of oval brooches of gilt bronze, which held up a woollen overdress worn with a linen underdress.

Viking brooches, found in Linköping, Sweden. The archaeological evidence shows that women were often buried in their best outfits, including a pair of oval brooches of gilt bronze, which held up a woollen overdress worn with a linen underdress.

Pendant. Shows the characteristic helmet of the Vendel and early Viking period, with the raised eyebrow guards and the beak on the forehead. Country of Origin: Sweden. Culture: Viking. Date/Period: 10th C. Place of Origin: Ostergotland. Material Size: silver. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Statens Historiska Museum, Stockholm . Location: 18.

Pendant - shows the characteristic helmet of the Vendel and early Viking period, with the raised eyebrow guards and the beak on the forehead) -

Birka die Graber I Taf 62

Birka die Graber I Taf 62

Tortoise brooch of bronze, found from Ruokolahti quite close to my home area. Acanthus-pattern ornamentation were used in Karelian settings at the time of the Swedish & Novgorod crusades 1025-1300

Tortoise brooch of bronze, found from Ruokol Acanthus-pattern ornamentation were used in Karelian settings at the time of the Swedish & Novgorod crusades

Birka die Graber I Taf 60

Birka die Graber I Taf 60

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