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Finally found some cup marks

In a museum. Still was interesting to see them in real life. They can be seen at the Museum of Gothenburg, where there is also an impressive Viking Age exhibit: If you ever find yourself in this beautiful city, I can highly recommend making a visit to the Museum of Gothenburg. There are artifacts fromFortsätt läsa ”Finally found some cup marks”

Theories about the älvkvarnar

Today was another day of unsuccessfully looking for älvkvarnar, which I’ve learned are called ‘cup marks’ in English. This is what they’re supposed to look like: I’m suspecting that the many fallen leaves and the high amount of moss may be covering them up this time a year. I’ll try again in a few months.Fortsätt läsa ”Theories about the älvkvarnar”

Frøya from Rebild: An Iron Age depiction of The Lady

This 1.05 meters (3.4 ft) tall, female figure carved in wood is believed to be one of the earliest depictions of the Norse Goddess. It was found in 1946, in a Danish bog where it is believed fertility rites were often performed to Frøy and Frøya (Freyr and Freya) during the Iron Age. There areFortsätt läsa ”Frøya from Rebild: An Iron Age depiction of The Lady”

1500 years old gold treasure found in Denmark

And a depiction on one of the artefacts could very well be Odin: https://www.thearchaeologist.org/blog/unique-golden-treasure-found-in-denmark-one-of-the-richest-treasures-in-danish-history