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Frisian jug ware from female Birka grave 854, Uppland, Sweden. Exhibited at Historiska museet, Stockholm.

I bought a replica of this at Birka Frisian jug ware from female Birka grave Uppland, Sweden. Exhibited at Historiska museet, Stockholm.

Kristendomen – hängkors, krucifix och hjortar | Historiska Museet

Tating ware with silver-foil ornamentation in the shape of a Christian cross. SHM 597 See also

Viking age pottery from Birka - check out the blog for photos from the touring Swedish exhibit including pots, spoons, etc.

Viking age pottery from Birka

Largely reconstructed Viking age ceramic vessel found in Adelso, Uppland, Sweden but imported there from the Rhineland region. Historiska museet Sweden.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Vessel Ceramic Tatinger ware of Central- European provenance.

https://flic.kr/p/mKtq7E | Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum | Hanging vessel Ceramic Grave find Husby, Vansö, Södermanland, Sweden. SHM 16340

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum. My gut says steatite would be best but.

Viking age ceramic vessel found in Adelso, Uppland, Sweden but imported there from the west Slavic region. Historiska museet Sweden.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Vessel Ceramic Kugeltopf ware.

Lombard/Langobardic Cups To the left of the glass ceramic stamped Lombard (necropolis Gallo - end of the sixth century), on the right flask ceramic light gray stamped (Jewish Necropolis - end of the sixth century). Image taken from Menis GC, Lombard Italy, Venice, 1991 http://archeologiamedievale.unisi.it/SitoCNR/Ceramica/AM/AM104h.html

Lombard/Langobardic Cups To the left of the glass ceramic stamped Lombard (necropolis Gallo - end of the sixth century), on the right flask ceramic light gray stamped (Jewish Necropolis - end of the sixth century). Image taken from Menis GC, Lombard Italy, Venice, 1991 http://archeologiamedievale.unisi.it/SitoCNR/Ceramica/AM/AM104h.html

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