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Viking jewelry dug up from a burial site.

Viking jewelry dug up from a burial site.

Viking hoard found in 1996 at Westerklief on the former island of Wieringen, The Netherlands. The treasure contained  Carolingian and Arab coins, bracelets and silver ingots, all buried in an earthenware pot. The coins date the treasure at around 850. Wieringen at that time was a part of Frisia.

Viking hoard found in 1996 at Westerklief on the former island of Wieringen, The Netherlands. The treasure contained Carolingian and Arab coins, bracelets and silver ingots, all buried in an earthenware pot. The coins date the treasure at around 850. Wieringen at that time was a part of Frisia.

Crystal ball, 6th c.

Crystal ball, 6th c.

10th Century Viking, found in Gnezdovo? The State Hermitage Museum: Collection Highlights

10th Century Viking, found in Gnezdovo? The State Hermitage Museum: Collection Highlights

The Vårby treasure is one of the most impressive silver hoards from the Viking Age found on the Swedish mainland.  It was discovered in 1871, under a large boulder in  Vårby, County of Södermanland. Sweden's Museum of National Antiquities (Historiska Museet)

The Vårby treasure is one of the most impressive silver hoards from the Viking Age found on the Swedish mainland. It was discovered in 1871, under a large boulder in Vårby, County of Södermanland. Sweden's Museum of National Antiquities (Historiska Museet)

Treasure of womens silver jewelery, 10-11 centuries.  Kievian Rus’, Viking.

Treasure of womens silver jewelery, 10-11 centuries. Kievian Rus’, Viking.

Early 9th century Anglo-Saxon silver brooches found at Pentney, Norfolk in 1977. On display at the British Museum, London.

Early 9th century Anglo-Saxon silver brooches found at Pentney, Norfolk in 1977. On display at the British Museum, London.

Fragment of a Viking necklace from a Viking burial ground in Poland. The graves, of women in particular, were loaded with necklaces made of glass beads or precious stones. There were also silver rings, earrings and many other objects inside the graves.

Fragment of a Viking necklace from a Viking burial ground in Poland. The graves, of women in particular, were loaded with necklaces made of glass beads or precious stones. There were also silver rings, earrings and many other objects inside the graves.