Petrus Lombardus (1095?-1160?). Auteur du texte Date d'édition : 1175-1200 Type : manuscrit Langue :	 Latin Droits : domaine public Identifiant : ark:/12148/btv1b85410066 Source : Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Latin 14266 Provenance : bnf.fr

Petrus Lombardus (1095?-1160?). Auteur du texte Date d'édition : 1175-1200 Type : manuscrit Langue : Latin Droits : domaine public Identifiant : ark:/12148/btv1b85410066 Source : Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Latin 14266 Provenance : bnf.fr

Princess Irina Volodarovna (Ирина Володаровна ) by Arthur Orlenov. http://io.ua/5165137# | 20th century Russian painting | Slavic royal women | Kievan Rus | 11th century medieval noblewoman | Byzantine Empire in Art

Princess Irina Volodarovna (Ирина Володаровна ) by Arthur Orlenov. http://io.ua/5165137# | 20th century Russian painting | Slavic royal women | Kievan Rus | 11th century medieval noblewoman | Byzantine Empire in Art

The Pitney Brooch - Anglo-Saxon and Viking designs http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/young_explorers/discover/museum_explorer/anglo-saxon_england/dress_and_ornament/the_pitney_brooch.aspx

The Pitney Brooch - Anglo-Saxon and Viking designs http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/young_explorers/discover/museum_explorer/anglo-saxon_england/dress_and_ornament/the_pitney_brooch.aspx

Viking Gold and Quartz Magic Pendant, 8th-11th Century ADThis pendant is one of series of quartz amulets that have been discovered  from the Viking world, with an important group being found on the  island of Visby, Sweden. The exact purpose of these amulets is not known  but they have been found in female graves and it has been suggested  that they served a magical function for use by seers, known as Völur or fjölkunnig, meaning “plenty of knowing”. Völur practiced seiðr,  pract...

Viking Gold and Quartz Magic Pendant, 8th-11th Century ADThis pendant is one of series of quartz amulets that have been discovered from the Viking world, with an important group being found on the island of Visby, Sweden. The exact purpose of these amulets is not known but they have been found in female graves and it has been suggested that they served a magical function for use by seers, known as Völur or fjölkunnig, meaning “plenty of knowing”. Völur practiced seiðr, pract...

Viking Gold Knot Ring 9th-11th century AD- 22) LE PONT FORTIFIE DE CHARLES DE CHAUVE: Une nouvelle fois, CHARLES LE CHAUVE achète leur départ contre la somme de 5 000 livres. - Il n'y a pas d'autres menaces avant l'année 885, ce qui tend à montrer l'efficacité du pont. Cette année-là, une armée Viking stationnée à Louvain se dirige vers Rouen, pourchassée par les troupes du roi CHARLES LE GROS (839-+888).

Viking Gold Knot Ring 9th-11th century AD- 22) LE PONT FORTIFIE DE CHARLES DE CHAUVE: Une nouvelle fois, CHARLES LE CHAUVE achète leur départ contre la somme de 5 000 livres. - Il n'y a pas d'autres menaces avant l'année 885, ce qui tend à montrer l'efficacité du pont. Cette année-là, une armée Viking stationnée à Louvain se dirige vers Rouen, pourchassée par les troupes du roi CHARLES LE GROS (839-+888).

Viking Gold Ring with Punched Triangles    10th-11th century AD . A cast finger ring with expanding hoop and raised median band, the outer face impressed with punchmarks, each a triangle with pellets in the corners. <3

Viking Gold Ring with Punched Triangles 10th-11th century AD . A cast finger ring with expanding hoop and raised median band, the outer face impressed with punchmarks, each a triangle with pellets in the corners. <3

Viking Gold Plaited Ring    9th-11th century AD . A finger ring formed from plaited wire, forged together behind and each end coiled around the other.

Viking Gold Plaited Ring 9th-11th century AD . A finger ring formed from plaited wire, forged together behind and each end coiled around the other.

VIKING GOLD LOOPED BEZEL RING. 9th-11th century C.E. A round-section gold hoop with tapering ends forming a running scroll and coiled about the shank.

VIKING GOLD LOOPED BEZEL RING. 9th-11th century C.E. A round-section gold hoop with tapering ends forming a running scroll and coiled about the shank.

Anglo-Saxon/Viking era ring, found near York.  Beautiful.

Sapphire ring 'belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty'

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