Miniature Mjolnir from Iceland

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Viking miniature Mjölnir - bronze
Viking miniature Mjölnir - bronze
Miature Viking Mjölnir - silver plated
Miature Viking Mjölnir - silver plated
Miature Viking Mjoelnir - detail
Miature Viking Mjoelnir - detail
Wolf cross Mjölnir  in nature
Wolf cross Mjölnir in nature
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Miniature Mjölnir of the Viking Age from Iceland.

This enchanting Viking Mjölnir has a special meaning because this amulet combines pagan with Christian symbolism and is therefore also called the Wolf's Cross.

The original, which this miniature Thor's hammer is modelled on, was found in Fossi on Iceland and dates to the Viking period of the 10th century. It shows a pagan wolf's face in connection with a cross, which can also be interpreted as a Thor's hammer according to its shape.

Link to the historical model...

Perhaps the bearer of this icelandic Mjölnir wanted to assure himself of both heavenly powers. In any case, the Thor's hammer from Fossi is a remarkable contemporary testimony of the mental upheavals that moved people at the end of the Viking Age.

The miniature Thor's hammer from Iceland is made of bronze and is also available in real silver-plated.

Wolfs Cross dimensions: 1.9 x 1.3 cm.

The Vikings called the Thor's hammer Mjölnir, which means crusher or lightning because that Thor's hammer was a magical weapon of the Norse god Thor, with which he defeated his enemies, especially the giants and, in Ragnarök, the Midgard Serpent.

In the 9th and 10th centuries, the Thor's hammer was very widespread among the Vikings as a counter-model to the Christian cross, in order to be able to clearly distinguish themselves as Old Believers from the developing Christianity.
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Miniature Mjölnir of the Viking Age from Iceland.

This enchanting Viking Mjölnir has a special meaning because this amulet combines pagan with Christian symbolism and is therefore also called the Wolf's Cross.

The original, which this miniature Thor's hammer is modelled on, was found in Fossi on Iceland and dates to the Viking period of the 10th century. It shows a pagan wolf's face in connection with a cross, which can also be interpreted as a Thor's hammer according to its shape.

Link to the historical model...

Perhaps the bearer of this icelandic Mjölnir wanted to assure himself of both heavenly powers. In any case, the Thor's hammer from Fossi is a remarkable contemporary testimony of the mental upheavals that moved people at the end of the Viking Age.

The miniature Thor's hammer from Iceland is made of bronze and is also available in real silver-plated.

Wolfs Cross dimensions: 1.9 x 1.3 cm.

The Vikings called the Thor's hammer Mjölnir, which means crusher or lightning because that Thor's hammer was a magical weapon of the Norse god Thor, with which he defeated his enemies, especially the giants and, in Ragnarök, the Midgard Serpent.

In the 9th and 10th centuries, the Thor's hammer was very widespread among the Vikings as a counter-model to the Christian cross, in order to be able to clearly distinguish themselves as Old Believers from the developing Christianity.
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