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This image is based on small hammered gold amulets or offerings called gullgubber which means “little man of gold.” They are believed to date back to the late Iron Age through the early Viking Age. It has been theorized that these images may have depicted the love relationship between the Norse Vanir God Freyr and the jötnar Giantess Gerd. The runes are from the Elder Futhark and read “Love Endures.” Created by Dryad Design, who specializes in Norse / Heathen / Asatru jewelry

Viking Kiss Norse Love Blessing Rune Pendant--also referred to as "Two Awkward Swedes Being Awkward.

Viking Valkyries - I like how a lot of them have written in where they come from and what time period. The one in the bottom right corner from Ostergotland Sweden 6th C. is really different from the rest.

OP: Viking Valkyries - I like how a lot of them have written in where they come from and what time period. The one in the bottom right corner from Ostergotland Sweden C. is really different from the rest.

Viking Lion : "Odin" Pendant - The Norse Collection

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Bronze plate from Valsgärde helmet, Grave 1, Vendel, Uppland, dated 550-793 AD

Bronze plate from Valsgärde helmet, Grave Vendel, Uppland, dated AD

Yggdrasil

━╋━╲╱╲╱━╋ Runes, Ravens and Yggdrasil Wood Plaque with Viking knotwork source: Etsy

Viking jewelry, currently on display at the National Museum of Scotland

Viking jewelry, currently on display at the National Museum of Scotland I love extant items.

Freyr, the ruler of Alfheim (realm of the elves), is the god of sun and rain, virility, fertlility and the patron of bountiful harvests. He is both a god of peace and a brave warrior.  Freyr is the most prominent and most beautiful of the male members of the Vanir.

Norse Mythology: Freyr with his boar Gullinbursti ('golden bristle'). Vanir fertility god, son of Njord and Skadi. His wife was the giantess Gerd (Gerd, or Gerda, meaning garden).

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