The spokeshave pictured (A.) was found in the Markland region of Norway and now resides in the Hedeby museum in Denmark. (B.) was taken after forging the reconstructed blade. Photo (C.) shows the hackberry wooden handles which were driven onto the tangs, burned into predrilled holes. Also you will see the edge protection in place.
Historical Military Uniforms from the last 1,000 years (good medieval sampling)
Vikings kept their knives and weapons sharp. This is a whetstone or sharpening-stone. It's made of a mineral called schist, and was brought from Norway to be traded at Jorvik.