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File:Anglo-Saxon bone comb, World Museum Liverpool.

Anglo-Saxon comb c 8th-9thc  Within the general "Viking" area, so it counts

Comb

Anglo-Saxon comb c Within the general "Viking" area, so it counts

Walrus ivory comb, double-edged, fine teeth on one side, coarse on the other. Carved with pair of cat-like animals and a serpent. Late Anglo-Saxon, 10th/11th century.  British Museum Registration number: 1957,1002.1

Full: Front Walrus ivory comb, double-edged, fine teeth on one side, coarse on the other. Carved with pair of cat-like animals and a serpent. © The Trustees of the British Museum

9th-11th Century Russian Volgabulgarian Ear Spoons.

9th-11th Century Russian Volgabulgarian Ear Spoons.

Title:  Comb  Place:  Russia  Date:  Culture of Ancient Rus. 10th century  Place of finding:  Staraya Ladoga, Leningrad Region  Archaeological site:  Earthen Settlement (excavations by V. I. Ravdonikas)  Material:  horn  Technique:  carved  Dimensions:  l. 11,8 cm; width 3,4 cm  Acquisition date:  Entered the Hermitage in 1952; handed over by the Staraya Ladoga archaeological expedition in 1950  Inventory Number:  оп.хр.10/64

Title: Comb Place: Russia Date: Culture of Ancient Rus. 10th century Place of finding: Staraya Ladoga, Leningrad Region Archaeological site: Earthen Settlement (excavations by V. I. Ravdonikas) Material: horn Technique: carved Dimensions: l. 11,8 cm; width 3,4 cm Acquisition date: Entered the Hermitage in 1952; handed over by the Staraya Ladoga archaeological expedition in 1950 Inventory Number: оп.хр.10/64

Bone comb with miniature Anglo-Saxon grave goods from Girton College, Cambridge, CMAA Z.18060/D.1924.25. Genevra Kornbluth

Bone comb with miniature Anglo-Saxon grave goods from Girton College, Cambridge, CMAA Genevra Kornbluth

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Cannon bones – the Dark Age boneworker’s best resource

A double bladed folding knife found in Canterbury. The knife is a rare type found usually in saxon sites, but uniquely is decorated with the viking Børre style ringwork.

A double bladed folding knife found in Canterbury. The knife is a rare type found usually in saxon sites, but uniquely is decorated with the viking Borre style ringwork.

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