Viking Fibula - Brooch / Uppåkra

Art.Nr.: 07 Br Raute
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Viking brooch from Uppåkra
Viking brooch from Uppåkra
Rhomb shaped Viking broooch
Rhomb shaped Viking broooch
Viking Brooch in rhomb shape
Viking Brooch in rhomb shape
Rhomb shape Viking Brooch
Rhomb shape Viking Brooch
Viking Brooch from Uppåkra
Viking Brooch from Uppåkra
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Rhomb shaped Viking brooch

Replica of a Viking Fibula based on an original found from the Viking settlement Uppåkra.


Available in high-quality bronze and real silver plated. 2,8 cm.

This detailed replica of an Iron Age rhomb shaped brooch was made according to the original find from the southern Swedish settlement Uppåkra.

Uppåkra is located near Lund in Scania and has been inhabited since the Stone Age, later it became the largest Iron Age settlement in southern Sweden. Uppåkra had its heyday between 400 and 1050 AD.
Uppåkra seems to have been a political, economic and religious center and was believed to be the royal residence of an early kingdom in Skåne.
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Rhomb shaped Viking brooch

Replica of a Viking Fibula based on an original found from the Viking settlement Uppåkra.


Available in high-quality bronze and real silver plated. 2,8 cm.

This detailed replica of an Iron Age rhomb shaped brooch was made according to the original find from the southern Swedish settlement Uppåkra.

Uppåkra is located near Lund in Scania and has been inhabited since the Stone Age, later it became the largest Iron Age settlement in southern Sweden. Uppåkra had its heyday between 400 and 1050 AD.
Uppåkra seems to have been a political, economic and religious center and was believed to be the royal residence of an early kingdom in Skåne.
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