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Anglo-Saxon. Continental Sceattas, c. 695-715 AD. Silver Sceat. Series E, Primary ('Ashton Rowant') phase, porcupine var. D-4. Mint in Frisia (Dorestad?). 'Porcupine' right, NII within curve of body; cross below, annulet at end of tail / Standard with central annulet; pseudo-legend around. 11mm, 1.19 g. ref: Abramson 90.10; SCBC 790B

Fantastic silver Sceat or Sceatta (Penny). Ancient Resource: Ancient Viking and Anglo Saxon Artifacts for Sale}

Change the look of your #kitchen, living room, dining room or bedroom by incorporating a beaded board ceiling into its design. Make your ceiling stand out with these beaded board makeover ideas. #beadboard #beadedboardceiling #ceiling

Beadboard Ceiling A beaded board ceiling is a great way to change the look and feel of a space. Here are four great beaded-board-ceiling ideas.

Rare Celtic ‘Dancing Manikin’ Coin, 65 BC - 1 ADAccording to its...

Rare Celtic ‘Dancing Manikin’ Coin, 65 BC - 1 ADAccording to its weight, this odd little Celtic silver coin is a quinarius. After the charming depiction on the obverse, it is known as the “quinar with.

Anglo-Saxon Woden Head (Odin’s Head) Coin, 8th Century ADThis ‘Woden Head’ sceat was minted at Hamwic (modern Southampton) circa 720-45 AD. The obverse shows  Woden’s head with bosses around it and the reverse shows a pecking bird. Woden (aka Wodan or Woten) is the Anglo-Saxon counterpart of the Norse god Odin, who sacrificed one eye in order to gain wisdom. In Anglo-Saxon England, Odin held a particular place as a euhemerized ancestral figure among royalty, and he is frequently referr...

archaicwonder: “ Anglo-Saxon Woden Head (Odin’s Head) Coin, Century AD This ‘Woden Head’ sceat was minted at Hamwic (modern Southampton) circa AD. The obverse shows Woden’s head with bosses.

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Coin from a Pannonian Celtic tribe, Note the Pleiades star system (the 7 sisters) above the stars common to Sagittarius , the triskele, as well as another 2 star groupings.

A Viking penny with an image of Thor’s hammer cast out of silver. Made in 920 at the mint of Regnald, the Viking king at York.

A Viking penny with an image of Thor’s hammer with a “Hand of God” resting on top on the reverse, and a drawn bow and arrow (possibly a misrepresentation of a ship) on the front. Cast out of.

This coin was issued by the great Celtic King Cunobelin, a very important figure in the history of Great Britain.

This coin was issued by the great Celtic King Cunobelin, a very important figure in the history of Great Britain.

This coin was issued by the great Celtic King Cunobelin, a very important figure in the history of Great Britain.

This coin was issued by the great Celtic King Cunobelin, a very important figure in the history of Great Britain.