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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/

Grave goods from the Oseberg ship burial, around 800, Norway Viking

A well preserved ship grave from the viking age in Lindholm Høje in Aalborg

Items in a Viking grave - PROCEDÊNCIA DESCONHECIDA

Viking pendant in guilded silver filigree, grave find from Sweden.

Items found in a Viking grave. Only general viking info at the link. I don't know anything more about this grave or the finds.

Viking woman grave | ArkeoDok "This woman with all here possessions is one of about 100 graves investigated at the Viking Age Port of Trade at Fröjel, Gotland, Sweden. It is an example showing how and where on the body we find the objects she has had on her, when buried." Click through for high-res photo of upper body, with found objects in situ and labelled.

Womans grave, with staff, in the book The Viking Way Religion and War in the Later Iron Age of Scandinavia by Neil Price. Drawing by Thórhallur Thráinsson.

Woman's grave with staff - .reconstruction of grave 845 at Birka, by Thórhallúr Thráinsson in an article of magazin The Viking Heritage 'Viking age sorceres' based on the book 'The Viking Way Religion and War in the Later Iron Age of Scandinavia' by Neil Price.

Womens grave with seidrstaff, reconstruction of grave 4 at Fyrkat, Denmark by Thórhallúr Thráinsson in an article of magazin The Viking Heritage 'Viking age sorceres' based on the book 'The Viking Way Religion and War in the Later Iron Age of Scandinavia' by Neil Price.

Viking dress pin of bronze. Grave find, Öland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Viking belt made of bronze and leather. (The leather is reconstructed). Found in a free man´s grave at the island of Gotland, Sweden.