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File:Arrival at Valhalla.jpg Gotlandic picture stone from Tjängvide, dated to the 8-9th c. (Holmqvist, 1960). Photograph by “Berig” at Wikimedia.

A Valkyrie, drinking horn in hands, awaits at the gates of Valhalla on the Tjängvide image stone from Gotland, housed at the Swedish Museum of National Antiquities in Stockholm, Sweden.

Pendant Amulet in the Shape of a Woman, Possibly a Valkyrie http://inpress.lib.uiowa.edu/feminae/DetailsPage.aspx?Feminae_ID=31944

jpgA silver figure of a woman holding a drinking horn found in Birka, Björkö, Uppland, Sweden.

"Odin, the All-Father". From "D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths," by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire.

) "Odin, the All-Father". From "D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths," by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire. Odin with His wolves and His RAVENS!

Urnes style Dragon pendant from the Viking age  10th century CE, Norway  I LOVE THIS!!!

Urnes style Dragon pendant from the Viking age - century CE, Norway Beauty!

Odin rides his eight-legged horse Sleipnir. Valkyries guard the gates to Valhalla. These pictures were carved on a stone in the AD 700s.

century --- An eighth-century Viking stele, with depictions of the Norse god Odin riding Sleipnir, his eight-legged horse, and Valkyries guarding the gates of Valhalla. --- Image by © Charles & Josette Lenars/CORBIS

The Norse Vikings groomed their hair on a regular basis. This is a large bone comb, with a carving of a mythical animal dated (800-900) AD.

The Vikings, large bone comb, circa AD, mythological creature Norse UNC

Vеrby hoard, Sweden 10th century

Viking Hoard ~ The Vеrby hoard, Sweden century). LInk to video inoperable now but beautiful photo above, nevertheless!

Viking era storage jar from Lillhärdal, Sweden. Carved dragons on the lid.

Viking woman - a different take on the outfit, apron dress has slits up to hip and the arm cuffs are a different approach also

Gotlandsk pragtsæt. Har hængt ind over brystet på en sygt rig kvinde. 900tallet er mit bedste bud.

possiblythreefourthspeahen: “ Viking jewelry, currently on display at the National Museum of Scotland.

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