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Urns of the Hallstatt Culture, 800-450 BC, early Iron Age, central Europe

Urns of the Hallstatt Culture, 800-450 BC, early Iron Age, central Europe

Pintadera (Gran Canaria)

Pintadera (Gran Canaria)

Greek Geometric Bronze Brooch

Greek Geometric Bronze Brooch

A HATTIAN BRONZE BULL STANDARD - ANATOLIA, CIRCA 2300 B.C. | Christie's

A HATTIAN BRONZE BULL STANDARD - ANATOLIA, CIRCA 2300 B.C. | Christie's

Entrance to Mycenae water cisterns for underground water storage. Excavated by the archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann in 1876.  Mycenae UNESCO World Heritage  Archaeological Site, Peloponnese, Greece

Entrance to Mycenae water cisterns for underground water storage. Excavated by the archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann in 1876. Mycenae UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site, Peloponnese, Greece

Geometric Bronze Bull | 8th Century BC | Price $7,400.00 | Geometric Greek | Bronze | Animals, Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Geometric Bronze Bull | 8th Century BC | Price $7,400.00 | Geometric Greek | Bronze | Animals, Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Hallstatt Culture - - Yahoo Image Search Results

Hallstatt Culture - - Yahoo Image Search Results

"The Grevensvænge hoard is a find of the late Nordic Bronze Age (roughly dating to between 800 BC and 500 BC), discovered in the late 18th century at Grevensvænge, Denmark... Its first mention is in 1779, where it is said to have been found in the ground "a few years ago". After their discovery, they were kept with the pastor at Herlufmagle, Marcus Schnabel." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grevensv%C3%A6nge_figurines https://www.google.com/blank.html

"The Grevensvænge hoard is a find of the late Nordic Bronze Age (roughly dating to between 800 BC and 500 BC), discovered in the late 18th century at Grevensvænge, Denmark... Its first mention is in 1779, where it is said to have been found in the ground "a few years ago". After their discovery, they were kept with the pastor at Herlufmagle, Marcus Schnabel." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grevensv%C3%A6nge_figurines https://www.google.com/blank.html

One-eyed, horned bronze figure, probably showing Oden. The broken horns might have ended in two bird heads. Dated to Late Scandinavian Iron Age (AD 400-1050). Height 4,7 cm.

One-eyed, horned bronze figure, probably showing Oden. The broken horns might have ended in two bird heads. Dated to Late Scandinavian Iron Age (AD 400-1050). Height 4,7 cm.

"In a cultivated field in southern Gotland, besides some 20 Arabic coins and some pieces of Viking jewelry, we found a pendant depicting the God Oden, made of silver or bronze, dated to around 600 AD. The figure is about 4 cm high, have two holes on the side so you can use it as a pendant. The figure is obviously the Viking god Oden."

"In a cultivated field in southern Gotland, besides some 20 Arabic coins and some pieces of Viking jewelry, we found a pendant depicting the God Oden, made of silver or bronze, dated to around 600 AD. The figure is about 4 cm high, have two holes on the side so you can use it as a pendant. The figure is obviously the Viking god Oden."