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Veertiende-eeuwse lederen zwaardscheden | Militair Magazijn | Armamentaria

Veertiende-eeuwse lederen zwaardscheden | Militair Magazijn | Armamentaria

Veertiende-eeuwse lederen zwaardscheden | Militair Magazijn | Armamentaria

Veertiende-eeuwse lederen zwaardscheden | Militair Magazijn | Armamentaria

Quern in the Yorkshire Museum from the Ribblehead Viking site. Excavated by Alan King in the 1980s.

Quern in the Yorkshire Museum from the Ribblehead Viking site. Excavated by Alan King in the

Veertiende-eeuwse lederen zwaardscheden | Militair Magazijn | Armamentaria

Veertiende-eeuwse lederen zwaardscheden | Militair Magazijn | Armamentaria

.:. Master of the Berswordt Altar - The Flagellation, 1400

The Flagellation, Master of the Berswordt Altar, Dortmund, Westphalia

Viking Iron Bremen Style Helmet, 8th-9th century AD A substantial iron helmet formed with a vertical band to the brow, with two flat bands across the skull and triangular plates behind; the bands with domed rivets in pairs across the skull, single...

Viking Iron Bremen Style Helmet, century AD A substantial iron helmet formed with a vertical band to the brow, with two flat bands across the skull and triangular plates behind; the bands with domed rivets in pairs across the skull, single.

Dublin Museum: Picture from the National Museum of Ireland's exhibition "Viking Ireland"  https://scontent-frt3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/12417849_195760860773145_2594590558209749639_n.jpg?oh=dc342cbeb92c137179006fa4e1b560cf&oe=5742B27F

Pictures I took from the National Museum of Ireland's exhibition "Viking Ireland".

Andrea di Bartolo (Italian, Siena, active by 1389–died 1428 Siena)

Andrea di Bartolo (Italian, Siena, active by 1428 Siena)

A double bladed folding knife found in Canterbury. The knife is a rare type found usually in saxon sites, but uniquely is decorated with the viking Børre style ringwork.

A double bladed folding knife found in Canterbury. The knife is a rare type found usually in saxon sites, but uniquely is decorated with the viking Borre style ringwork.

This Loom Weight or Spindle Whorl was found near Kilfenora in the townland of Commonage in the Barony of Corcomroe, Ireland in February 2005 during road works. Iron Age (600B.C.E.  – 500 C.E.).

This Loom Weight or Spindle Whorl was found near Kilfenora in the townland of Commonage in the Barony of Corcomroe, Ireland in February 2005 during road works. Iron Age – 500 C.

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