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Bells from Birka. These were mostly found in children's graves. The author suggests that these were probably not part of the clothing, but rather served as parts of pacifying toys ("Kinderklapper") or as amulets, with perhaps an additional function of allowing parents to hear where the child was. (Article on "Schellen" by Anne Sofie Gräslund, from Birka II, part I, ed. Greta Arwidsson)

Bells from Birka. These were mostly found in children's graves. The author suggests that these were probably not part of the clothing, but rather served as parts of pacifying toys ("Kinderklapper") or as amulets, with perhaps an additional function of allowing parents to hear where the child was. (Article on "Schellen" by Anne Sofie Gräslund, from Birka II, part I, ed. Greta Arwidsson)

Greta Arwidsson - Birka II-3 scaned copy of the whole book

Greta Arwidsson - Birka II-3 scaned copy of the whole book

Trossingen grave 58 Small round table. The table top with a diameter of 55 cm was turned from a piece of maple.  (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner) The legs are three separate lathed spindles which are attached to the board via three separate angled holes drilled through the board.

Trossingen grave 58 Small round table. The table top with a diameter of 55 cm was turned from a piece of maple. (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner) The legs are three separate lathed spindles which are attached to the board via three separate angled holes drilled through the board.

Lågbøtte nr. 82 & 85, Oseberg, Norge. Begge har lås og er til opbevaring af finere værdifulde sager.

Lågbøtte nr. 82 & 85, Oseberg, Norge. Begge har lås og er til opbevaring af finere værdifulde sager.

Fragment aus dem Nationalmuseum Dublin, 1,3 cm breit, Seide auf Seide. Tablet woven by Ragnhild.

Fragment aus dem Nationalmuseum Dublin, 1,3 cm breit, Seide auf Seide. Tablet woven by Ragnhild.

10th century Kaagården, Langeland, Denmark. Small chest (15cm wide x 38cm long x 8,5cm high.

10th century Kaagården, Langeland, Denmark. Small chest (15cm wide x 38cm long x 8,5cm high.

Viking age image found in Norway with a "good luck" (swastika) symbol carved in it's chest. From the Sanscrit "su" means "good" and "asti" meaning "to be",

Viking age image found in Norway with a "good luck" (swastika) symbol carved in it's chest. From the Sanscrit "su" means "good" and "asti" meaning "to be",

Gokstad Skibet

Gokstad Skibet

Gokstad cooking items from Langskibet fra Gokstad = The Viking-Ship from Gokstad by Nicolaysen, Nicolay

Gokstad cooking items from Langskibet fra Gokstad = The Viking-Ship from Gokstad by Nicolaysen, Nicolay

Locks and keys like this were made by Vikings living at Jorvik (York) in the AD 900s.

Locks and keys like this were made by Vikings living at Jorvik (York) in the AD 900s.