The Viking Huntress features Celtic and Viking symbols that honor predatory animals such as the hound and the dragon as well as Odin's symbol on the back. You'll see something new every time. Embedded in the forehead are authentic Viking arrowheads crowning an amulet cut into the center of the head. Also hanging from the skull are two more authentic amulets listed below:
LOVELY 12th CAD BRONZE VIKING OPEN WORK CROSS PENDANT. SUPERB WEARABLE ARTIFACT - PERFECT ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION.
* EXPERTLY CLEANED AND CONSERVED ARTIFACT - STUNNING PATINA & DETAILS !
MEASUREMENTS: 2,3 gr. 32 mm
DATE: 9th C AD - 12th C AD
Celtic Danube Region
Bronze "Ring" or "Wheel" or "Roulles" money
24mm x 2mm (2.65 grams)
Circa 500-100 B.C.
The ancient Celts proto-money trading tokens like this to conduct trades before the introduction of coins to the area and possibly even afterwards.
Area Where the Danube Area Celts would have been located
The Danube is a river in Central Europe, the European Union's longest and the continent's second longest (after the Volga).
Classified as an international waterway, it originates in
the town of Donaueschingen--which is in the Black Forest of Germany--at the
confluence of the rivers Brigach and Breg. The Danube then flows southeast for
2,872 km (1,785 mi), passing through four Central European capitals before
emptying into the Black Sea via the Danube Delta in Romania and Ukraine.