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"Type h viking sword. This kind of swords were common in finland, and elsewhere in northern europe, between 775-1000AD." / Viikinkimiekka II by jarkko1 @DeviantArt

Type h viking sword. This kind of swords were common in finland, and elsewhere in northern europe, between Blade is pattern welded, i used Viikinkimiekka II

Anglo Saxon History, Picts

Viking sword, Spearheads and Battle-axe, found in the London Area  Collection held by the British Museum    article written by Barry Ager( The BBC, 2012)

Viking sword, Spearheads and Battle-axe, found in the London Area Collection held by the British Museum article written by Barry Ager( The BBC,

Euran ja Köyliön miekkahaudat

Euran miekkanäyttelyssä mainittiin miekkahaudatkin

Two men's graves from Eura and Köyliö, Finland, century

Tērvete hillfort. Main Semigallian centre in the late iron age

Main Semigallian centre in the late iron age

swordsmanWhile the Viking-era sword has a broken blade and evidence of fire exposure, both seem to have been used as weapons, not decorations, NBA assistant researcher Jan-Erik Nyman told The Huffington Post in an email. Further testing is planned on both the body and the artifacts. “The deceased was probably a wealthy and important man in the Crusade Period society,” Nyman said. “DNA- and isotope-analysis of the bones might tell us more about his life and background, but it will take time…

Don't Mess With This Guy: Ancient Swordsman Buried With Blades

Metal detectorists exploring an area in southern Finland have stumbled upon the burial plot of a fascinating ancient figure.

Komea rautainen varsiputkellinen keihäänkärki (Petersenin M-tyyppiä), lähinnä tyyppiä Nordman, Karelska järnålderstudier (SMYA 34) kuva 103 a. Terä hyvin...

Komea rautainen varsiputkellinen keihäänkärki (Petersenin M-tyyppiä), lähinnä tyyppiä Nordman, Karelska järnålderstudier (SMYA 34) kuva 103 a. Terä hyvin...

Elk Head Elk head. This example is finely and accurately modelled, and polished to a high lustre.  Elk-head soapstone sculpture from Huittinen, Western Finland, from Stone Age 7 000 - 6 000 BC.

This example is finely and accurately modelled, and polished to a high lustre. Elk-head soapstone sculpture from Huittinen, Western Finland, from Stone Age 7 000 - 6 000 BC.

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