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Silver beads and chain. Sjelland (Zealand), Denmark. Exhibited at the National Museum in Copenhagen.

Silver beads and chain. Sjelland (Zealand), Denmark. Exhibited at the National Museum in Copenhagen.

Frojel Port of Trade 8 th C – 12 th C and Viking Bead with Murrine, possibly from Eastern Europe. Circa 900AD

Frojel Port of Trade 8 th C – 12 th C and Viking Bead with Murrine, possibly from Eastern Europe. Circa 900AD

Viking artifacts from Denmark

Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Viking artifacts from Denmark

it was buried in the latter half of the 10th century. national museum, denmark

it was buried in the latter half of the 10th century. national museum, denmark

Viking age / Haithabu Museum

Viking age / Haithabu Museum

Viking Silver Plaited Bracelet, 10th-12th Century

Viking Silver Plaited Bracelet, 10th-12th Century

You can see the silver hoard and other hoards from the Viking Age in the exhibition about Danish Prehistory.The silver hoard from Terslev in Zealand contains 6.6 kg of silver, including 1751 coins. 1708 of the coins are of Arab origin. The latest-dated coin is from the year 944 and the hoard was buried in the second half of the tenth century. The objects are neck and arm rings, chains with toiletry accessories, costume jewellery and a drinking service.

You can see the silver hoard and other hoards from the Viking Age in the exhibition about Danish Prehistory.The silver hoard from Terslev in Zealand contains 6.6 kg of silver, including 1751 coins. 1708 of the coins are of Arab origin. The latest-dated coin is from the year 944 and the hoard was buried in the second half of the tenth century. The objects are neck and arm rings, chains with toiletry accessories, costume jewellery and a drinking service.

Viking Necklace Discovered in Glencurran Cave:  In April 2010 excavations by Dr Marion Dowd at Glencurran Cave, the Burren National Park (Ireland), led to a stunning discovery: a unique Viking necklace estimated to be 1,150-year-old. Necklaces dating to the Viking Age that have been found previously, usually had five to six glass beads, but this one has 71 beads covered with gold foil.

Viking Necklace Discovered in Glencurran Cave: In April 2010 excavations by Dr Marion Dowd at Glencurran Cave, the Burren National Park (Ireland), led to a stunning discovery: a unique Viking necklace estimated to be 1,150-year-old. Necklaces dating to the Viking Age that have been found previously, usually had five to six glass beads, but this one has 71 beads covered with gold foil.

trichinopoly detail from the Hameenlinna Linnaniemi treasure hord necklace

trichinopoly detail from the Hameenlinna Linnaniemi treasure hord necklace

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