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Allianz der 6 Schwüre - Allerley

Allianz der 6 Schwüre - Allerley

Slavic bearded axe with a pronounced horn. Site said that it is dated 8th to 12th century.

Slavic bearded axe with a pronounced horn. Site said that it is dated 8th to 12th century.

Two-handed bearded axe (bartaxt) from Lunow k. Eberswalde (11.c.)

Two-handed bearded axe (bartaxt) from Lunow k. Eberswalde (11.c.)

Extant War Axe Heads from the High Middle Ages: 1100-1300 AD -- myArmoury.com

Extant War Axe Heads from the High Middle Ages: 1100-1300 AD -- myArmoury.com

Hilt of a Viking Sword - Found at Hedeby, Denmark, 9th Century- VIKINGS, CHRONOLOGIE DES INVASIONS, 17: * 881: Vicoire de LOUIS III contre les Vikings à SAUCOURT-EN-VIMEU. Raids sur la MEUSE. Les villes de LIEGE et AIX-LA-CHAPELLE sont pillées et incendiées. - * 885: Reprise de Londres par Alfred le Grand - * 885-887: Après avoir remonté la SEINE, les Vikings entreprennent le 5° siège de PARIS. Le comte EUDES, ancêtre des Capétiens, leur résiste pendant 90 jours....

Hilt of a Viking Sword - Found at Hedeby, Denmark, 9th Century- VIKINGS, CHRONOLOGIE DES INVASIONS, 17: * 881: Vicoire de LOUIS III contre les Vikings à SAUCOURT-EN-VIMEU. Raids sur la MEUSE. Les villes de LIEGE et AIX-LA-CHAPELLE sont pillées et incendiées. - * 885: Reprise de Londres par Alfred le Grand - * 885-887: Après avoir remonté la SEINE, les Vikings entreprennent le 5° siège de PARIS. Le comte EUDES, ancêtre des Capétiens, leur résiste pendant 90 jours....

Considered one of the greatest swords ever made. HERE to read more: http://runevapor.com/ulfberht-swords-honor/

Considered one of the greatest swords ever made. HERE to read more: http://runevapor.com/ulfberht-swords-honor/

Another artifact lost to history, along with everthing else that was destroyed in the process of digging it up. Probably from Ukraine. Just say "No." to authentic artifacts for sale.

Another artifact lost to history, along with everthing else that was destroyed in the process of digging it up. Probably from Ukraine. Just say "No." to authentic artifacts for sale.

Cross axe from Ludvigshare.  Later Viking period. These mysterious axes had a partially solid head that featured a cross motif. Research indicates that such axes were robust enough for practical use. However, it is more likely that they were reserved for ceremonial purposes. The owners of these cross axes were not necessarily Christian, but the axes reflect the strong Christian currents that existed in this part of the Viking period.

Cross axe from Ludvigshare. Later Viking period. These mysterious axes had a partially solid head that featured a cross motif. Research indicates that such axes were robust enough for practical use. However, it is more likely that they were reserved for ceremonial purposes. The owners of these cross axes were not necessarily Christian, but the axes reflect the strong Christian currents that existed in this part of the Viking period.

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