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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Muzeum Archeologiczno-Historyczne w Elblągu

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MAH 11/85 Miniature shield
MAH 1150/2008 Thor's hammer
MAH 116/87 Thor's hammer
MAH 1187/02 - Thor's hammer
MAH 1187/02 Thor's hammer - MAH 1187/02Thor's hammer
MAH 1579/2008 Miniature figure
MAH 1584/2007 Miniature wheel
MAH 1584/2007 Miniature wheel - MAH 1584/2007Miniature wheel
MAH 1599/2008 Thor's hammer ring
MAH 2/91 Thor's hammer
MAH 2110/2003 Miniature female head
MAH 26/83 Miniature amber axe
MAH 35/89 Thor's hammer
MAH 37/85/B Miniature amber axe
MAH 44/84 Miniature leg/foot/shoe
MAH 53/88 Thor's hammer
MAH 600/2007 Miniature figure/valkyrie
MAH 74/2000 Miniature figure/valkyrie rider
MAH 75/86 Miniature staff pendant
MAH 849/02 Thor's hammer
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