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The small Jelling Stone. By Gorm the Old. Raised about 950.

The small Jelling Stone. By Gorm the Old. Raised about 950.

The Spentrup Stone. Found in 1884 by Spentrup Church. 970-1040.

The Spentrup Stone. Found in 1884 by Spentrup Church. 970-1040.

The Rimsø Stone. Found in Rimsø Church wall in 1832. Taken out of the wall in 1875 and raised in 1889 at the church yard.

The Rimsø Stone. Found in Rimsø Church wall in 1832. Taken out of the wall in 1875 and raised in 1889 at the church yard.

Ingvarståget

Ingvarståget

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Pictish stones 600-800 BC, The National Museum of Scotland

Tullstorpsstenen i Skåne

Tullstorpsstenen i Skåne


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The Hurup-stone. 970-1020. Viking Age, rune stone.

The Hurup-stone. 970-1020. Viking Age, rune stone.

The Laeborg Stone from 925-950. Found in the seventeenth century.

The Laeborg Stone from 925-950. Found in the seventeenth century.

Horne Stone. Found in Horne before 1652. Viking age.

Horne Stone. Found in Horne before 1652. Viking age.

Viking girl and horse

Viking girl and horse

Vikingehåndværkere til Nationalmuseets vikingemarked. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Vikingehåndværkere til Nationalmuseets vikingemarked. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Viking at the Viking Market

Viking at the Viking Market

The Tune stone is an important runestone from about 200–450 CE. It bears runes of the Elder Futhark, and the language is Proto-Norse. It was discovered in 1627 in the church yard wall of the church in Tune, Østfold, Norway. Today it is housed in the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo.

The Tune stone is an important runestone from about 200–450 CE. It bears runes of the Elder Futhark, and the language is Proto-Norse. It was discovered in 1627 in the church yard wall of the church in Tune, Østfold, Norway. Today it is housed in the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo.

The Dalbyover Stone. 970-1020. Found in 1882 in Dalbyover.

The Dalbyover Stone. 970-1020. Found in 1882 in Dalbyover.

En vikingekriger tager tøj på! - YouTube

En vikingekriger tager tøj på! - YouTube

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