Adam | by brilynnferguson
Another view of the pouch fittings from Rösta, with a slightly different interpretation of the shape & orientation (Historiska Museet)
From toward the end of the early medieval period (Birka BJ 819). Typical pouch of the middle ages.
♔ North : Gold finger-ring, engraved with a runic inscription. Late Anglo-Saxon, found in Cumbria, England.
9-10th C. Found in Ireland. Silver armlet with overlapping ends and expanded centre with 6-pointed star of punched zigzags, a saltire on each terminal.
Viking age / Gold ring / Dalsland
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