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Broad Axe Pendant

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Viking broad axe pendant- silver plated
Viking broad axe pendant- silver plated
Viking broad axe pendant - bronze
Viking broad axe pendant - bronze
Viking war axe pendant - detail
Viking war axe pendant - detail
War axe amulet of the Viking Age
War axe amulet of the Viking Age
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Axe pendant in the shape of a Viking broad axe.

This broad axe amulet was modelled on a so-called Dane axe, the powerful war axe of the Vikings, which can be found in considerable numbers in the historical finds of the Viking Age.

The so-called broad axe or Dane's axe was used as a war axe during the time of the Vikings, especially in the front lines of battle. Equipped with a man-high handle, the broad axe could be used to strike over the enemy's shield wall into the enemy ranks or to keep any enemy at bay by reaching far out.

Among the Anglo-Saxons, the broadaxe was a special status symbol of the so-called huscarls, the English king's bodyguard, as is well documented on the famous Bayeux Tapestry.

Axe amulets were not uncommon during the Viking Age and enjoyed some popularity especially among the Eastern Vikings.

The broad axe pendant measures 4.8 x 3.6 cm.

The axe amulet is made of high-quality jewellery bronze and is also available in silver plated.

A black leather cord in 1 m length for the miniature axe is included.

The axe was widespread and immensely popular among the Vikings, as it was a weapon that was quite easy to make, required little forging skill and was also useful as a tool. In the Viking Age, the axe was considered the most important weapon of the common man, next to the spear, as only a few could afford a sword at that time.
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Axe pendant in the shape of a Viking broad axe.

This broad axe amulet was modelled on a so-called Dane axe, the powerful war axe of the Vikings, which can be found in considerable numbers in the historical finds of the Viking Age.

The so-called broad axe or Dane's axe was used as a war axe during the time of the Vikings, especially in the front lines of battle. Equipped with a man-high handle, the broad axe could be used to strike over the enemy's shield wall into the enemy ranks or to keep any enemy at bay by reaching far out.

Among the Anglo-Saxons, the broadaxe was a special status symbol of the so-called huscarls, the English king's bodyguard, as is well documented on the famous Bayeux Tapestry.

Axe amulets were not uncommon during the Viking Age and enjoyed some popularity especially among the Eastern Vikings.

The broad axe pendant measures 4.8 x 3.6 cm.

The axe amulet is made of high-quality jewellery bronze and is also available in silver plated.

A black leather cord in 1 m length for the miniature axe is included.

The axe was widespread and immensely popular among the Vikings, as it was a weapon that was quite easy to make, required little forging skill and was also useful as a tool. In the Viking Age, the axe was considered the most important weapon of the common man, next to the spear, as only a few could afford a sword at that time.
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