Viking Burial Mask This burial mask, dating from the 10th Century, is believed to be a relic from the tomb of an unknown Viking Warrior. The form is based primarily on the pelvis of a bull, which represents strength and virility. The spinal column and rib cage, which protect the warrior's eyes, are those of a young wolf. The ram's horns give the warrior means to ward off the demons who might attack him on his journey after death.
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Carved stone face with an ornamental crown, ring and deer, found at Sutton Hoo Viking ship burial, UK
Handmade Viking Cauldron Replica Five Litre by RoyalOakArmoury, $330.00 Based on the ship's cauldron found with the Oseberg burial. Made of nine riveted steel plates, and a wrought iron bail, with a heavy-gauge bottom for even heat distribution to prevent burning. The cauldron’s capacity is 5 litres, and it measures 30cm across the brim.