Rajko Hartmann

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Viking Brooches ...

Viking brooches: Inspired by nature but not enslaved to 'realism', this subtle style emphasizes the grace and beauty of that which, at bottom, we do not truly understand - but might attain to if we only trust our instincts.

Objects found at Hedeby.  See subsequent pin for a reconstructed pouch using a wooden piece in one of these shapes as a handle.   "Die Holzfunde von Haithabu" F. Westphal, Wachholtz Verlag Münster, 2006

viking: Objects found at Hedeby. See subsequent pin for a reconstructed pouch using a wooden piece in one of these shapes as a handle. reference on the wooden Hedeby Pouch Bag handles finds from " Die Holzfunde von Haithabu" by Florian Westphal

Viking Sea Chest... The oarsmen sat on their personal chests, rather than on benches. That way the deck planks, under which the trade goods were stored, could easier be removed. http://www.wikingowie.bplaced.net/2009/16w/galeria16.htm

The oarsmen sat on their personal chests, rather than on benches. That way the deck planks, under which the trade goods were stored, could easier be removed.

Axe heads from Luristan, Iran. All made of bronze, the first and last examples date to ca. 2100-1750 BC, while the second and third are a bit newer, dating to ca. 1350-1000 BC. | LACMA

Axe heads from Luristan, Iran. All made of bronze, the first and last examples date to ca. BC, while the second and third are a bit newer, dating to ca.