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Anglian Square Headed Brooch 6th century from the East of England. Gilt Bronze British Museum
These grave goods were found along with some human bones eroding from the sand dunes at Reay in Caithness in 1912. They are characteristic Scandinavian grave goods, indicating a woman's burial dating to around 900 to 1000. Other Viking graves were found nearby. The grave goods comprise brass oval brooches, a bronze ring-headed pin, a steatite spindle whorl, a tinned bronze buckle, an iron horse bit and a small pair of corroded iron tweezers. nms.scran.ac.uk/
10c Bronze oval brooches, Viking
ancient Viking spear-head! Dates from the 4th - 8th century AD.
Animal-head brooch. Bronze, silver and gold. The brooch has elaborate ornamentation and is proof of a high standard craftsmanship. Grave find, Hemse, Annexhemman, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 4645
the berserker of the Lewis chessmen