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Gutenstein scabbard mount 7th century Alemannic.... Probably depicting Wodan (Odin), with his ravens sitting on his helmet, and two Ulfhednar (Wolf Warriors) surrounding him. Simmilar depictions have been found on pre-christian, anglo-saxon, items. Proof of the nonsense of a "viking age", which never existed!
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The Anglo-Saxon god Tiw with a wolf like creature on either side. This image of Tiw was found on ornately crafted jewelry from the Sutton Hoo burial. He was the protector of all warriors, but was also said to watch over the disabled, and the left-handed. Above and below the image is wording in old english. It is the language of our ancestors and it is what modern or present day english originates from. It reads - strength, loyalty, honour and kinship