Viking Sword

Archaeological finds of Viking age swords and sword components.
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myArmoury.com A Viking Sword of Petersen Type R (Variant) and Wheeler Type VI, 10th/11th century, probably East European  Overall length: 85.4 cm (33.6"); Blade length: 71.3 cm (28.1") Metallica, Swords And Daggers, Swords Medieval, Historical Swords, Medieval Weapons, Viking Reenactment, Viking Sword, Viking Armor, Viking Age
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myArmoury.com A Viking Sword of Petersen Type R (Variant) and Wheeler Type VI, 10th/11th century, probably East European Overall length: 85.4 cm (33.6"); Blade length: 71.3 cm (28.1")
Viking Sword, 9th/10th century Denmark  Pommel and cross-guard each retaining traces of silver and gold inlaid Nordic ornaments. The blade with pattern-welded shallow central fuller.  Overall length: 93.5 cm (36.8"); Blade length: 78.3 cm (30.8")  Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany Vikings Blade, Sword Hilt, Armor
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Viking Sword, 9th/10th century Denmark Pommel and cross-guard each retaining traces of silver and gold inlaid Nordic ornaments. The blade with pattern-welded shallow central fuller. Overall length: 93.5 cm (36.8"); Blade length: 78.3 cm (30.8") Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany
Viking age sword, Gotland, Sweden Gotland, Anglo Saxon, Norse Mythology, Germanic Tribes, Viking Culture, Viking Warrior
Vikingatida svärd från Gotland
Viking age sword, Gotland, Sweden
VIKING SWORD DISCOVERED IN NORWAY  OSLO, NORWAY—A sword from the late Viking Age… Sword, Norse Vikings
Viking Sword Discovered in Norway
VIKING SWORD DISCOVERED IN NORWAY OSLO, NORWAY—A sword from the late Viking Age…
Museum of Scotland, Viking sword hilt Ancient Artefacts, Museums, Ancient Artifacts
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Museum of Scotland, Viking sword hilt
A Viking sword. York, England Norman, Medieval, Ancient, Viking Life
Upholstered Benches With Arms - Foter
A Viking sword. York, England
Viking sword grip Oslo, Viking Shield, Celtic
Viking sword grips?
Viking sword grip
Viking Sword, Danish, 9th or 10th century Bands, Metal
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Viking Sword, Danish, 9th or 10th century
A viking sword before 1100 A.D. Ancient Vikings
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A viking sword before 1100 A.D.
Vikings: #Viking #sword #hilts and #axes. Animation, Techno, Axe
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Vikings: #Viking #sword #hilts and #axes.
The Cawood sword is regarded as one of the finest Viking swords ever discovered. It is nearly 1,000 years old and is the fifth sword of its type ever to be found and by far the best preserved. It's from the end of the Viking period and beginning of the Medieval and the sword itself reflects this. Medieval World
The Cawood sword is regarded as one of the finest Viking swords ever discovered. It is nearly 1,000 years old and is the fifth sword of its type ever to be found and by far the best preserved. It's from the end of the Viking period and beginning of the Medieval and the sword itself reflects this.
Viking sword from the 9th/10th century
Viking Hilt
Viking sword from the 9th/10th century
A unique sword fom the late Viking age, which was found back in 2011, is now on display at the historical museum in Oslo. Norse
The last Viking and his magical sword?
A unique sword fom the late Viking age, which was found back in 2011, is now on display at the historical museum in Oslo.
A VERY RARE VIKING SWORD, THE BLADE WITH ULFBERHT INSCRIPTION  CIRCA 950   In excavated condition (the upper half of the blade missing), the blade of late pattern-welded construction with a wide shallow central fuller, one side cut with the inscription 'Vlfberh+t' in characteristically large capitals originally inlaid in contrasting iron, the reverse with traces of a further inscription, fitted with robust guard of rectangular section, and one-piece pommel of so-called 'tea-cosey' type. Armour, Old Norse
A VERY RARE VIKING SWORD, THE BLADE WITH ULFBERHT INSCRIPTION
A VERY RARE VIKING SWORD, THE BLADE WITH ULFBERHT INSCRIPTION CIRCA 950 In excavated condition (the upper half of the blade missing), the blade of late pattern-welded construction with a wide shallow central fuller, one side cut with the inscription 'Vlfberh+t' in characteristically large capitals originally inlaid in contrasting iron, the reverse with traces of a further inscription, fitted with robust guard of rectangular section, and one-piece pommel of so-called 'tea-cosey' type.
An important Viking sword, provenance: Northern Europe dating: 10th Century
An important Viking sword, provenance: Northern Europe dating: 10th Century