Viking History (Denmark). 'The Vikings were not just plunderers but successful traders, extraordinary mariners and insatiable explorers. Getting a feel for the Viking era is easy, whether visiting the ship-burial ground of Ladby, the Viking forts of Zealand, the longship workshops at Roskilde or the museums that seek to re-create the era with live re-enactments.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/denmark
The Egtved Girl's grave. The Egtved Girl (c. 1390–1370 BCE) 16–18 yrs. blond, bronze bracelets, wool belt w. disc decorated w. spirals & spike. Buried with cremated child age 5–6; birchbark box w. awl, bronze pins, hair net. Flowering yarrow (summer burial) & a bucket of beer atop. Cord skirt outfit common in N. Europe in Bronze Age. Possible sacrifice.
Doors to the dead: The power of doorways and thresholds in Viking Age Scandinavia :http://www.medievalists.net/2015/10/05/doors-to-the-dead-the-power-of-doorways-and-thresholds-in-viking-age-scandinavia/
Lewis Chessmen Knight: wears a protective coat, divided at the front and back for ease of movement. He carries a kite shaped shield and a lance ready for battle and sits on a horse which which looks like the size of a Shetland pony!
Boa Island and the Caldragh Cemetery Stone Figures. Boa is named after Babdb, Celtic goddess of Battles and frequently found in the company of (or disguise as) a crow. The strange monument is often described as a "Janus", referring to the two-faced Roman god. The statue is more than likely pre-Christian. The much smaller statue , equally enigmatic was "imported" from nearby Lusty Beg island - fittingly named the "Lusty Man".