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Langsax aus der merowinger Zeit 6. bis 8. Jahrh.Scheide nach einem Fund in Frankreich,  Punzieren gen angelehnt nach Fund in Tuggen  CH.

Langsax aus der merowinger Zeit 6. bis 8. Jahrh.Scheide nach einem Fund in Frankreich, Punzieren gen angelehnt nach Fund in Tuggen CH.

Ancient bronze figure compare to God Hermes because of the horns - found in Kungsängen in Sweden - figure has high horned hat and crossed sticks, Bronze Age - at the Historiska Museum, Stockholm

━╋━▇╱╲▇━╋━ Among The Scandinavia Vikings ;The Viking God Thor Thunder God (or among Sami Indigous people :The thunder god Horagalles) 17520 Bronze figure with Horns, weapons and crossed sticks.

The strap-mounts, buckles, and other fittings as discovered in situ, linked up to show their association. Taken from The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial, Vol. II, I am not entirely happy with this attempted reconstruction and association of materials.

The strap-mounts, buckles, and other fittings as discovered in situ, linked up…

Berserkers from Lewis chessmen

How many legs did Odin's horse have? And what did Vikings eat for breakfast? To mark the British Museum's new exhibition, test your knowledge of the Vikings with our family quiz

Harald Bluetooth

Bluetooth, the wireless communication standard, was named after Harald Bluetooth, a tenth century king who encouraged communication and unity among warring Norse and Danish tribes.

The Lewis Chessmen may not have been chessmen at all. The late 12th/early 13th century gaming pieces, found in 1831 on a beach on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, are made from walrus ivory, probably in Norway. New research suggests that the 93 pieces may have been used in a game called Hnefatafl—an ancient Viking board game similar to, but pre-dating chess

ome of the Lewis Chessmen may not have been chessmen at all according to new research. The and century gaming pieces which were discovered in Uig on the Isle of Lewis in 1831 are considered to be Scotland’s most renowned archaeological find.

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These chess pieces, called the Lewis Chessmen, were found in Scotland (Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides) at some point before 1831 and were probably made in Scandinavia (thought to be Norway) about Walrus ivory and whales’ teeth.The British Museum.