Hanne Steiness

Hanne Steiness

Hanne Steiness
Flere idéer fra Hanne
Some amazing Lego.

Some amazing Lego.

50 Cross Stitch Patterns To Show Off Your Personality

50 Cross Stitch Patterns To Show Off Your Personality

A picture of our Valkyrie pendant alongside the original Viking artefact, from Oland in Sweden. In Viking mythology a valkyrie was a spirit woman who rode over the battle field. Warriors who were deemed to have died a heroic death were brought by the valkyries to Valhalla, the great feasting hall of the slain, which was ruled over by the god Odin. Our pendant is available here: http://irish-archaeology-shop.myshopify.com/collections/pendants/products/viking-valkyrie

A picture of our Valkyrie pendant alongside the original Viking artefact, from Oland in Sweden. In Viking mythology a valkyrie was a spirit woman who rode over the battle field. Warriors who were deemed to have died a heroic death were brought by the valkyries to Valhalla, the great feasting hall of the slain, which was ruled over by the god Odin. Our pendant is available here: http://irish-archaeology-shop.myshopify.com/collections/pendants/products/viking-valkyrie

Northan.net - Female Warrior - P140

Northan.net - Female Warrior - P140

Northan.net - Female Warrior - P140

Northan.net - Female Warrior - P140

Northan.net - Female Warrior - P140

Northan.net - Female Warrior - P140

Small woman figurine, modelled on various finds, thought to represent a valkyrie or noble woman bearing the welcome cup. Length 25mm, 1”

Small woman figurine, modelled on various finds, thought to represent a valkyrie or noble woman bearing the welcome cup. Length 25mm, 1”

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✿ Tattoos ✿ Celtic ✿ Norse ✿ #valkyrie wrist tattoos

✿ Tattoos ✿ Celtic ✿ Norse ✿ #valkyrie wrist tattoos

Pendant in the shape of a woman, modelled on a Swedish find, 9th – 10th century, thought to represent Freya.

Pendant in the shape of a woman, modelled on a Swedish find, 9th – 10th century, thought to represent Freya.