Worms illustration of the long Golden Horn. By Ole Worm: De Aureo Cornu, 1641. The longest of the golden horns was found in 1639 and described by Ole Worm in the book 'De Aureo Cornu', 1641. The German professor at Soro Academy Hendrich Ernst, disagree with Worm’s interpretation of the horn. Ernst believed that the horn came from Svantevits temple on Rügen, while Worm interpreted it as a war trumpet from the time of Frode Fredegods, decorated with pictures, calling for virtue and good…

Saga is the Norse goddess of songs, sacred verse, runes, speech, all of those things. (The English word “saga” is derived from her name).

Bronze figure from Glasbacka in Halland, Sweden. The figure probably wears a mask with a hooked bird's beak. Late Bronze Age.

The Sun Chariot was made in Denmark (c.1400 BCE), most likely in northern or northwestern Zealand, not far from its finding place in Trundholm Mose. "The Sun Chariot was made in the Early Bronze Age around 1400 BC. The elegant spiral ornamentation that graces the golden sun disc reveals its Nordic origin. The Sun Chariot illustrates the idea that the sun was drawn on its eternal journey by a divine horse." http://natmus.dk

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