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Gold Foil Figures

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The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. It has been proposed that the Gold Foil Figure pairs represent a sacred wedding, hieros gamos, similar to that of Gerd and Freyr, with references to fertility and regeneration. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics. Viking Ornament, Rune Stones, Leather Workshop, Leather Carving, Viking Runes, Viking Tattoos, Heathen, Lau, Norse
Gold Foil Figure Man-woman Pair
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. It has been proposed that the Gold Foil Figure pairs represent a sacred wedding, hieros gamos, similar to that of Gerd and Freyr, with references to fertility and regeneration. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics.
Jonas Lau Markussen
Jonas Lau Markussen
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This male figure is wearing a kaftan with an overlapping front, and his hair is shoulder length as is common for male figures. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics. Inspiration, Workshop, Avatar, Vikings, Carving, Art, Tattoos, Male Figure, Male
Male Gold Foil Figure with Staff
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This male figure is wearing a kaftan with an overlapping front, and his hair is shoulder length as is common for male figures. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics.
Jonas Lau Markussen
Jonas Lau Markussen
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This male figure is wearing a kaftan with an overlapping front, and his hair is shoulder length as is common for male figures. Appearing from the top of the beaker is the ‘horn-shaped’ Classical Abundantia motif, implying that the person is drinking or carrying out a beaker filled to the brim. Nordic Art, Beaker, Leather Tooling, Gold Foil
Male Gold Foil Figure with Beaker
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This male figure is wearing a kaftan with an overlapping front, and his hair is shoulder length as is common for male figures. Appearing from the top of the beaker is the ‘horn-shaped’ Classical Abundantia motif, implying that the person is drinking or carrying out a beaker filled to the brim.
Jonas Lau Markussen
Jonas Lau Markussen
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This female figure is wearing a typical attire of the time composed of a dress and a cape, with her lengthy hair tied in a knot. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics. Viking Art, Anglo Saxon, Stencils, Glyphs
Female Gold Foil Figure with Beaker
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This female figure is wearing a typical attire of the time composed of a dress and a cape, with her lengthy hair tied in a knot. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics.
Jonas Lau Markussen
Jonas Lau Markussen
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This female figure is wearing a typical attire of the time composed of a dress, a furry cape and a disc-on-bow brooch, with her hair tied in the classic pretzel knot. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics. Hair Ties, Graphing
Female Gold Foil Figure with Brooch and Furry Cape
The illustration displays some of the common characteristics among the figures depicted on the Gold Foil Figures. This female figure is wearing a typical attire of the time composed of a dress, a furry cape and a disc-on-bow brooch, with her hair tied in the classic pretzel knot. The Gold Foil Figures are contemporary with Style II B (c. 550–650) and display many of the same style characteristics.
Jonas Lau Markussen
Jonas Lau Markussen
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