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Medieval Drinking Horn Norway

Medieval Drinking Horn Norway

Drinking horn; Norsk Folkmuseum, Oslo

Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Drinking horn; Norsk Folkmuseum, Oslo

Drinking-Horn Mounted  Germany, 15th century  Name: Drinking-Horn Mounted Place of creation: Germany Date: 15th century Material: buffalo horn and copper Technique: cast, carved and gilded Dimension: h. 32,5 cm., l. 38,5 cm.

Drinking-Horn Mounted Germany, 15th century Name: Drinking-Horn Mounted Place of creation: Germany Date: 15th century Material: buffalo horn and copper Technique: cast, carved and gilded Dimension: h. 32,5 cm., l. 38,5 cm.

Drinking Horn; carved in medieval manner; low relief; depicts king and two lions; silver band and medallions containing birds and beasts around mouth; inscribed.

Drinking Horn; carved in medieval manner; low relief; depicts king and two lions; silver band and medallions containing birds and beasts around mouth; inscribed.

The Savernake Horn is in #MagnaCarta @britishlibrary if I was you I would go see it right now http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_objects/pe_mla/t/the_savernake_horn.aspx …

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The Savernake Horn is in #MagnaCarta @britishlibrary if I was you I would go see it right now http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_objects/pe_mla/t/the_savernake_horn.aspx …

Horn 2 by fibacz.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Horn 2 by fibacz.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Buffalo horn. Sweden probably 15th century

Buffalo horn. Sweden probably 15th century

They were used as hunting, drinking, or military signal horns and also as symbols of the transfer of power or property. Beginning in the 12th century, oliphants were often transformed into reliquaries and preserved in church treasuries. This example is decorated with the mixture of Byzantine, Islamic, and western motifs characteristic of the art of southern Italy at this time.

They were used as hunting, drinking, or military signal horns and also as symbols of the transfer of power or property. Beginning in the 12th century, oliphants were often transformed into reliquaries and preserved in church treasuries. This example is decorated with the mixture of Byzantine, Islamic, and western motifs characteristic of the art of southern Italy at this time.

This large drinking horn from the 1300s called Absalon horn, as was previously thought that it had belonged to the famous archbishop.

This large drinking horn from the 1300s called Absalon horn, as was previously thought that it had belonged to the famous archbishop.

An old Anglo-Saxon horn used for ceremonies and in battle

An old Anglo-Saxon horn used for ceremonies and in battle

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