Animal: Animals on Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Danish or Viking stones and artifacts.

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I love the old monuments dotted around England and the histories attatched to them. England has been invaded many times. Carved stones carry animal and other motifs- perhaps they once had meanings, now lost? Even though now ancient, they are documentary proof of the unique relationships between mankind and animals. I documented these monuments as I came across them -originally to use as design ideas in knitting projects and also to build myself a reference tool of such (carved) animals in UK

Jelling Stones: In Memory of the Danish Kings - History of Vikings Art Viking, Rune Viking, Viking Life, Viking Ship, Images Viking, Viking Pictures, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Viking Culture

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The Snoldelev Stone, listed as DR 248 in the Rundata catalog, is a 9th-century runestone that was originally located at Snoldelev, Ramsø, Denmark.

Fun way to mark the entrance of a viking campsite at an SCA event. Viking Dragon Stone at the Viking Center of Ribe, Denmark Dragon Viking, Art Viking, Viking Life, Viking Woman, Viking Ship, Viking Culture, Rune Stones, Art Antique, History Images

Viking Dragon Stone

Viking Dragon Stone at the Viking Center of Ribe, Denmark.

Regia Anglorum - Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History Ideas for decorative motifs Celtic Patterns, Celtic Designs, Viking Garb, Viking Costume, Medieval Embroidery, Norse Vikings, Pattern Art, Art Patterns, Celtic Art

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Regia Anglorum - Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History 850-1100AD

asatru-ingwaz: “ Heiðrún Heiðrún is a goat in Norse mythology, which consumes the foliage of the tree Læraðr and produces mead for the einherjar. She is described in the Poetic Edda and Prose Edda. Viking Life, Medieval Life, Viking Culture, Celtic Mythology, Old Norse, Norse Vikings, Ancient Vikings, Tribute, Asatru

The Hall of Heorot

asatru-ingwaz: “ Heiðrún Heiðrún is a goat in Norse mythology, which consumes the foliage of the tree Læraðr and produces mead for the einherjar. She is described in the Poetic Edda and Prose Edda. ”

Carved Wooden Piece from the Oseberg Ship, discovered near Tønsberg, Norway, in a burial mound that dates from 843 CE, though parts of the ship date to around 800 CE. Viking Life, Viking Art, Viking Books, Ancient Vikings, Norse Vikings, Germanic Tribes, Viking Culture, Old Norse, Viking Ship

Vikingskiphuset and Historisk Museum

My 1st day in Oslo was spent at the new University of Oslo's Viking Ship and Cultural History Museums. Both were amazing - though the Viking Ship Museum is more of a tourist attraction and was packed by bus loads of tourists and at least half of the 42,000 American cruiseship passengers currently berthed in Oslo harbour. Who knew I could grow irritable at the sound of a mid-western drawl or texas twang in the midst of Bygdøy? A minor blip in the day...easily overcome by visiting the…

In the age of the Vikings Scandinavia used a runic alphabet known as Younger Futhark (fuþark). It was made up of 16 sound symbols known as runes. Younger Futhark developed from Elder Futhark to 800 AD), an older form of Germanic language Triquetra, Ouroboros, Viking Symbols And Meanings, Ancient Symbols, Ancient Art, Mayan Symbols, Egyptian Symbols, Celtic Symbols, Viking Runes

Viking "U937 Funbo" Runestone, Uppsala, Sweden - Rune was any of the characters of certain ancient alphabets, as of a script used for writing the Germanic languages, especially of Scandinavia & Britain, from 200 CE to1200 CE. The three most popular runic alphabets are: •Elder Futhark 150 to 800 CE •Anglo-Saxon Futhorc 400 to 1100 CE •Younger Futhark 800 to 1100 CE.

Discover images and videos about Morgana from all over the world on We Heart It. Viking Designs, Celtic Designs, Vikings, Paisley, Soul Stone, Moss Terrarium, Celtic Patterns, Viking Art, Celtic Art

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