Jewellery found in Viking grave

A Danish Viking burial site contains a buckle that may have come from Ireland or Scotland. The item measures only 6 cm in diameter. It once held a petticoat together and was buried between 900 and 1000 years ago with its female owner in a Viking grave in west Denmark. The buckle appears to have come from Scotland or Ireland. The grave was dated to the 900s AD, while the international experts date the buckle at around 800 AD.

Bronze buckle found in the Danish Viking grave (by ScienceNordic)
Bronze buckle found in the Danish Viking grave (by ScienceNordic)

(after ScienceNordic)

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