A large silver alloy Carolingian lidded vessel, part of the hoard of Viking treasure unearthed by metal-detecting enthusiast Derek McLennan, in one of the most significant finds of its kind ever made in Scotland. reported in the Guardian, October, 2014
Realms Of Gold The Novel: Harrogate Hoard: Viking Gold The hoard was found by father and son David and Andrew Whelan while metal detecting near Harrogate in David described the find as a "ball covered with mud".
An early medieval cross, part of a hoard of Viking treasure which has been unearthed by metal-detecting enthusiast Derek McLennan in one of the most significant finds of its kind ever made in Scotland.
The Franks Casket a small box of carved whalebone produced by Viking craftsmen in Northumbria at the end of the cent. The lid and sides have runic inscriptions, and the motifs carved with scenes both from Norse and Classical mythology
Coin from one of the Northumbrian reigns of Eric Bloodaxe. "Eric Haraldsson (died nicknamed ‘Bloodaxe’ (blóðøx), was a Scandinavian ruler. He is thought to have had short-lived terms as King of Norway and twice as King of Northumbria (c.
A beaker made of bronze and silver with embossed gold bands. Found in the cult house deposited with a glass bowl. It dates to about 500 AD and it is probable that it was made in Uppåkra. (Photography by Bengt Almgren, LUHM)