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Fotoportalen UNIMUS Viking age knife. Norway, Østfold, TRØGSTAD, GREVÆG, 43

Fotoportalen UNIMUS Viking age knife. Norway, Østfold, TRØGSTAD, GREVÆG, 43

Fotoportalen UNIMUS Viking age knife. Norway, Østfold, TRØGSTAD, GREVÆG, 43

Fotoportalen UNIMUS Viking age knife. Norway, Østfold, TRØGSTAD, GREVÆG, 43

Knife with silver clad handle from Birka (BJ543, 558062).

“Viking Knife Silver and iron Grave find: Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden The handle of the knife is decorated with granulated triangles ”

Seax of Beagnoth also known as the Battersea Seax. More futhark detail.

Seax of Beagnoth also known as the Battersea Seax. More futhark detail.

Visa bild | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet

Visa bild | Sök i samlingarna | Historiska museet

Objects Identity	453244 »  show details Asset tracking	25455show details |  view directory reading system subheading	4 Various number	 Country	 Landscape	Gotland Parish	Stenkyrka Local	Moos » Relic (raw)	Relic (raw) Stenkyrka 101: 1 » Items Category	 Crafts and tools So screwed	knife Type	 Part	 Material	iron, bone Description	Well preserved benskaft. Quantity	1 number of fragments	 Weight (g)	 Relative dating	Viking Age More pictures of the object	View a slideshow PicLens

Objects Identity 453244 » show details Asset tracking 25455show details | view directory reading system subheading 4 Various number Country Landscape Gotland Parish Stenkyrka Local Moos » Relic (raw) Relic (raw) Stenkyrka 101: 1 » Items Category Crafts and tools So screwed knife Type Part Material iron, bone Description Well preserved benskaft. Quantity 1 number of fragments Weight (g) Relative dating Viking Age More pictures of the object View a slideshow PicLens

Fotoportalen UNIMUS. Possible viking age knives. Norway, Oslo, OSLO, Dalslaaen, 34 / Norway, Unknown County, UNKNOWN MUNICIPALITY, 0

Fotoportalen UNIMUS. Possible viking age knives. Norway, Oslo, OSLO, Dalslaaen, 34 / Norway, Unknown County, UNKNOWN MUNICIPALITY, 0

Everyday viking items unearthed in Dublin. 10-12th century AD

Vikings: Everyday items unearthed in Dublin (Walter Pfeiffer/National Museum of Ireland).

I can't help thinking that all this bling was for ceremony and burial, not for everyday wear. Sure you might want your knife and pouch to hand, but what a lot of clutter! Saxon

Examples of Tunics and coats from Anglo Saxon & viking age that could be made with several layers & padded out to make a 'Gambeson' design

Reproductions of Viking style bone and antler artefacts

Viking steel, bone and antler. These are some of the wepons the Vikings used.

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