Iron age family grave / Kaukola, Kekomäki, pre WW2 Finland. (Actual burial site is quite close to my real home, so i'm very sad, because that area is located on russian side of our border in nowadays..) I have read that villages from the ancient lake Ladoga shore were full of wealthy folk like this couple. Their ornamental sword hilts/handles are nice proof, that Finnish weapon fashion was a little bit different compared to typical viking era finds from Sweden/Norway etc.
One of two Boat Graves found in Tingvoll, Western Norway contained women. One with a woman who presumably must have been the Mistress on the nearby farm dated to about the year 800 AD, i. the start of the Viking Age.
A hypothetical reconstruction of the Taplow burial chamber with recorded association of materials. From my own research and forthcoming manuscript I believe that the entire assemblage positioning is roughly accurate, but the remains were not recorded properly (i.e. placement of body should be approx. 150cm further east, towards the 'head' of the chamber), redefining the character of specific items associated with the inhumed body, and the mortuary assemblage in general.