Carved post from one of the Oseberg bed sets (there were five). The image can be found on page 173 of the website. Here is what is written about it: Motiv: Dyrehode på sengehesten; Gjenstand: Sengehest; Sted: Norge, Vestfold, Tønsberg, Oseberg, Jarlsberg Hovedgård, 161; Bestillingsnr: CfO0446; Museumsnummer: O1904_sengehest; Lisens: CC BY-NC 3.0
Various everyday wear for a Viking-Age man. Worn is a leather belt suspending a leather drawstring pouch (Haithabu find-based) for carrying money (coins, gold, silver, jewelry, beads), a bronze comb and Seax (not visible). Across one shoulder is a sword on an early-style baldric, across the other is a leather bag for carrying food, fire-starting kit, etc. A Mjölnir is worn around the neck, also based off a find from Haithabu. A leather costrel could sometimes also be worn for water transport...