Martin Rožnov

Martin Rožnov

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From Viking to Crusader, p 231. "Catalogue No. 14. Wood, L. 12.7 cm, Trondheim, Norway, c.1075 - 1125 C.E., Norwegian, Vitenskapsmuseet Trondheim N97259/FU450.  Toy Horse. Stallion carved from a flat piece of wood; the head with mane, the sexual organ and tail are given attention. Parts of the legs and forelegs are damaged.

From Viking to Crusader, p 231. "Catalogue No. 14. Wood, L. 12.7 cm, Trondheim, Norway, c.1075 - 1125 C.E., Norwegian, Vitenskapsmuseet Trondheim N97259/FU450. Toy Horse. Stallion carved from a flat piece of wood; the head with mane, the sexual organ and tail are given attention. Parts of the legs and forelegs are damaged.

Viking Age key found in Ellesø Skovsø.

Viking Age key found in Ellesø Skovsø.

Viking ship detail at the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, notice the detailed Celtic patterns combined with animals on a Viking ship

Viking ship detail at the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, notice the detailed Celtic patterns combined with animals on a Viking ship

Antler carving of a presumed Norseman found at Sigtuna, Sweden.

Antler carving of a presumed Norseman found at Sigtuna, Sweden.

Viking bear carved in jet.  8th Century CE.  Yorkshire, England

Viking bear carved in jet. 8th Century CE. Yorkshire, England

Vikings: #Viking carving and raven.

Vikings: #Viking carving and raven.

Viking artifacts from Dublin area. Swords, spearheads, shield bosses, brooches, and gaming pieces.

Viking artifacts from Dublin area. Swords, spearheads, shield bosses, brooches, and gaming pieces.

VIKING: Wood carved ornaments from the porch of a stave church in Urnes, Norway. 11th century. The Urnes style is the last phase of Viking art. It takes its name from the remarkable carved wooden doors of the stave church at Urnes, Norway. The style is a refinement if the Ringerike style and depends upon interplay of gracefully curving lines for its effect.

VIKING: Wood carved ornaments from the porch of a stave church in Urnes, Norway. 11th century. The Urnes style is the last phase of Viking art. It takes its name from the remarkable carved wooden doors of the stave church at Urnes, Norway. The style is a refinement if the Ringerike style and depends upon interplay of gracefully curving lines for its effect.

The fine details carved within the wood ledges shows the great amount of pride the Vikings took in their boats.

The fine details carved within the wood ledges shows the great amount of pride the Vikings took in their boats.