Guldgubbepatricen forestiller en kvinde med skulderlangt hår, som er dækket af et slør. Det når helt ned til fødderne, der titter frem under hendes lange kjole. Hun bærer også en dobbelt perlekæde om halsen og en kappe over skuldrene. Foto Nationalmuseet. ... . ... woman with shoulder-length hair, covered by a veil which reaches her feet, peeping under her dress. She wears a double pearl necklace and a cape.
This 7 cm (2.7 inches) tall bronze figurine depicts a Valkyrie. It is a reproduction of the original figurine that was found in 2012 on the Danish Island of Funen. The original figurine is dated to c. 800 AD and can be found in the National Museum of Denmark. The figurine is believed to be a Valkyrie. A Valkyrie ("chooser of the slain") is one of a host of female figures sent by Odin to choose who among the killed in a battle may live their afterlife in Valhalla. The figurine wears ...
"The Revninge woman". The discovery of this small gilt silver figurine, in Denmark, contains a wealth of detail giving new knowledge about costume and jewellery of the Viking period. The figurine has been dated to
Ruins of the Phoenician colony of Tipasa, Maurentania - Click on the images to visit the Historyteller website.