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Middle Ages, Viking Civilization, Jewellery, Gold Pendant,

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Viking Bracteate (Medallion) (c.450 CE)

Viking Bracteate (Medallion) (c.450 CE)

Incredible detail...Gold brooch found in Denmark and dated to the year one thousand (National Historical Museum in Stockholm). By Mararie. (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Incredible detail...Gold brooch found in Denmark and dated to the year one thousand (National Historical Museum in Stockholm). By Mararie. (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Viking age / Gold brakteat / Gotland

Viking age / Gold brakteat / Gotland

16th century ring from Spain

16th century ring from Spain

Skattefund fra Hornelund. Skatten er fundet ved Varde, og den indeholder to dragtspænder og en armring. De to spænder er de fineste fra Danmarks vikingetid. Spændernes relief er udhamret over en matrice, og de er dekoreret med filigrantråde og granulationskorn. Deres dekoration med bladranker og vinløv har oprindelse i kristen kunst. De nordiske dyrehoveder på det ene spænde viser, at de er fremstillet af en dansk guldsmed i sidste halvdel af 10. årh.

Skattefund fra Hornelund. Skatten er fundet ved Varde, og den indeholder to dragtspænder og en armring. De to spænder er de fineste fra Danmarks vikingetid. Spændernes relief er udhamret over en matrice, og de er dekoreret med filigrantråde og granulationskorn. Deres dekoration med bladranker og vinløv har oprindelse i kristen kunst. De nordiske dyrehoveder på det ene spænde viser, at de er fremstillet af en dansk guldsmed i sidste halvdel af 10. årh.

An early Christian marriage ring from Rome, circa 500

An early Christian marriage ring from Rome, circa 500

Viking gold bracteate pendant. Hoard find, island of Gotland, Sweden. From the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Viking gold bracteate pendant. Hoard find, island of Gotland, Sweden. From the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Viking combs

Viking combs

Realms Of Gold The Novel: Hiddensee Treasure: Viking Gold         The cross in the centre can be evaluated as a Christian symbol. The Viking goldsmith art shows us finest intertwined gold wires, tender rosettes and tiny up-strewn balls of the gold granule. With some imagination one can see snakes with artfully entwined bodies. It could also be four dragon heads facing each other, whose bodies end in two-toed claws. -

Realms Of Gold The Novel: Hiddensee Treasure: Viking Gold The cross in the centre can be evaluated as a Christian symbol. The Viking goldsmith art shows us finest intertwined gold wires, tender rosettes and tiny up-strewn balls of the gold granule. With some imagination one can see snakes with artfully entwined bodies. It could also be four dragon heads facing each other, whose bodies end in two-toed claws. -

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