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The Franks Casket (Aka Auzon Casket) - Anglo-Saxon whale's bone (not baleen) chest  c.early 8th century,

The Franks Casket (Aka Auzon Casket) - Anglo-Saxon whale's bone (not baleen) chest c.

Viking Archaeology - The Evidence from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles

Viking Archaeology - The Evidence from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles

Picture of an ancient brooch found in Scotland in the Galloway Hoard, made by the Vikings.

Galloway hoard - Swaddled in cloth or leather and packed with other valuables in a decorated vessel, this Anglo-Saxon brooch was clearly prized by its Viking owner, who “took just the greatest care of it,” says archaeologist Olwyn Owens.

Shoulder clasps from the ship burial at Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge, United Kingdom, 600-650

A pair of gold shoulder clasps, each formed of two separate hinges secured by a pin. The loops are to attach to clothing. (Photo from: Jewelry: Years, edited by Hugh Tait)

Left panel of the Franks casket, United Kingdom, 8th c.

Left panel of the Franks casket, United Kingdom, c.

Shield mount, cast, parcel-gilt copper alloy, in the form of an aquatic creature. The surface is gilded and has a thin overlay of silver sheet in three places, attached by soldering. Mineralised remains of wood and leather from the shield board on the und

Shield mount, cast, parcel-gilt copper alloy, in the form of an aquatic creature. The surface is gilded and has a thin overlay of silver sheet in three places, attached by soldering. Mineralised remains of wood and leather from the shield board on the und

Illuminated manuscript concerning the Vikings.

Viking Dragon Ship Source Manuscript, Northumbia, England, CE - Odinia International and Odinist Journal FoxFire

iron-bound yew-wood bucket, found at Sutton-Hoo (more details at http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_the_collection_database/search_object_details.aspx?objectid=91603=1)

Reconstructed iron-bound bucket of yew-wood, Sutton Hoo, United Kingdom, century

Wodan (Old English: Ƿōden,[1] Old High German: Wôdan,[2] Old Saxon: Uuôden[3]) is a major deity of Anglo-Saxon and Continental Germanic poly...

The Nordendorf fibula (seventh century AD.) Marked logaþorewodanwigiþonar suggestive names of gods Wotan (chief god of the Alamanni) and Donar (god of thunder), which evokes a charm protective here associated with the fibula.

Disk Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, c. early 600s. Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England

Disk Brooch early century Made in, Faversham, England Anglo-Saxon Medium:Gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass

The Franks/Auzon Casket Anglo-Saxon, 8th century The British Museum

The Franks/Auzon Casket Anglo-Saxon, century The British Museum

A Yewwood Bucket from the Sutton Hoo Dig found 1939   More Info Below in Comments

Restored large iron-bound tub of yew-wood, Sutton Hoo, United Kingdom, century

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The Viking Age image stone Sövestad 1 from Skåne depictes a man carrying a cross.

Curved gold dummy buckle or clasp of elongated triangular form. The loop is decorated with cloisonné garnet work, comprising one band of a running step-pattern, and one of plain rectangular and keystone cells. The buckle has a cut-away dummy tongue. Below the loop and 'tongue' are two prominent plain gold circular bosses qith beaded wire collars, each set with a circular cabochon garnet. These conceal rivets which connect with a back-plate of plain beaten gold. At the toe of the buckle is a…

Curved gold dummy buckle or clasp of elongated triangular form. The loop is decorated with cloisonné garnet work, comprising one band of a running step-pattern, and one of plain rectangular and keystone cells. The buckle has a cut-away dummy tongue. Below the loop and 'tongue' are two prominent plain gold circular bosses qith beaded wire collars, each set with a circular cabochon garnet. These conceal rivets which connect with a back-plate of plain beaten gold. At the toe of the buckle is a…

Reconstruction of the Sutton Hoo shield, using original gold and garnet fittings and modern replica fittings on a modern wooden shield board. Original fittings used in the reconstruction are separately registered.

Shield from the Sutton Hoo ship burial (part-reconstruction) Anglo-Saxon, early century AD From Mound Sutton Hoo, Suffolk, Engl

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