National Museum of Iceland. Mitten from Arneiðarstaðir, Fljótsdalhérad, east Iceland. Made from Nålebinding in Oslo stitch/Type IIa, the mitten was discovered in 1889 and described in 1895 by Pálmi Pálsson as being 26cm long, 12 cm wide, and from 10th century.
Barrel used aboard ships. The Vikings of Bjornstad - Viking Museum Haithabu. The Viking Museum Haithabu is near the site of Hedeby/Haithabu, a major Viking era village and trading center on the Jutland peninsula close to the border between Germany and Denmark. The museum includes a substantial collection of original artifacts and reconstructed buildings representing a small fraction of the town the Vikings would have known. These photos are courtesy of Bryan and Helma Betts.