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Eastern style axe-head, Russia. It was found in Russia’s Kazan region on the Volga river, but is decorated in a Scandinavian style with gold inlay that depicts a sword piercing a serpent from below – possibly a reference to the legend of Sigurd the dragon-slayer.

Eastern style axe-head, Russia. It was found in Russia’s Kazan region on the Volga river, but is decorated in a Scandinavian style with gold inlay that depicts a sword piercing a serpent from below – possibly a reference to the legend of Sigurd the dragon-slayer.

Археология мери: К истории Северо-Восточной Руси. - 4 Февраля 2013 - Merjamaa - Мерянское наследие России

Археология мери: К истории Северо-Восточной Руси. - 4 Февраля 2013 - Merjamaa - Мерянское наследие России

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Beads, partly melted Glass   Grave find, Bådstorp, Kvillinge, Östergötland, Sweden. SHM 26424:36

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Beads, partly melted Glass Grave find, Bådstorp, Kvillinge, Östergötland, Sweden. SHM 26424:36

The excavation revealed a very special object – and axe, complete with a shaft, which is very rare. (Photo: Moesgård Museum and Aarhus University)

The excavation revealed a very special object – and axe, complete with a shaft, which is very rare. (Photo: Moesgård Museum and Aarhus University)

ulfberht sword history | The sketches to the right show some of the variations in size and ...

ulfberht sword history | The sketches to the right show some of the variations in size and ...

http://www.sword-site.com Central European Viking Sword Oakeshott Type X | Sword-Site

http://www.sword-site.com Central European Viking Sword Oakeshott Type X | Sword-Site

Eleventh century sword from Lough Derg at Curraghmore, Co. Tipperary. Swords used in the Battle of Clontarf were probably similar in form to this one. © The National Museum of Ireland. Vikingeskibsmuseet Roskilde: The Battle of Clontarf

Eleventh century sword from Lough Derg at Curraghmore, Co. Tipperary. Swords used in the Battle of Clontarf were probably similar in form to this one. © The National Museum of Ireland. Vikingeskibsmuseet Roskilde: The Battle of Clontarf

Iron axe-head found in the Thames at Hammersmith, Viking, 10th-11th century

Iron axe-head found in the Thames at Hammersmith, Viking, 10th-11th century

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