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Gundestrup-kedlen. Gundestrup-kedlens motiver trækker beskueren ind i et fremmed univers langt fra de mennesker, som satte den ud i den nordjyske mose. Elefanter, løver og flere unavngivne guder fremstillet i en fremmed stil viser, at kedlen oprindeligt kom fra fjerne egne mod syd eller sydøst. Præcist, hvor den blev skabt, står endnu åbent. Måske var det en gave til en stor høvding, måske krigsbytte?

Gundestrup-kedlen. Gundestrup-kedlens motiver trækker beskueren ind i et fremmed univers langt fra de mennesker, som satte den ud i den nordjyske mose. Elefanter, løver og flere unavngivne guder fremstillet i en fremmed stil viser, at kedlen oprindeligt kom fra fjerne egne mod syd eller sydøst. Præcist, hvor den blev skabt, står endnu åbent. Måske var det en gave til en stor høvding, måske krigsbytte?

The Viking Answer Lady- all things Viking info. Very helpful (not really a great one to let the kids read on their own however)

The Viking Answer Lady- all things Viking info. Very helpful (not really a great one to let the kids read on their own however)

The Gundestrup cauldron. Iron Age, c. 100 BC–AD 1. Found in Gundestrup, northern Jutland, Denmark. National Museum of Denmark.

The Gundestrup cauldron. Iron Age, c. 100 BC–AD 1. Found in Gundestrup, northern Jutland, Denmark. National Museum of Denmark.

Axe of Perun – Pedant of Slavic god of war Perun | Slavorum

Axe of Perun – Pedant of Slavic god of war Perun | Slavorum

The Vale of York Hoard - Viking hack-silver and coins. The size and quality of the material in the hoard is remarkable, making it the most important find of its type in Britain for over 150 years. It was discovered in the Harrogate area in January 2007 by two metal-detectorists, David and Andrew Whelan

The Vale of York Hoard - Viking hack-silver and coins. The size and quality of the material in the hoard is remarkable, making it the most important find of its type in Britain for over 150 years. It was discovered in the Harrogate area in January 2007 by two metal-detectorists, David and Andrew Whelan

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