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One of the latest studies carried out on the Vikings is related about the use of different imported objects in Scandinavia from the time of the Vikings. Of the cases that have been studied so far, the use of sacred reliquaries as brooches for women stands out, something that would surely have been classified as immoral or even pagan by some of the sectors of the population of the cultures from which they came.
If you look at it from the Scandinavian point of view, the Viking Age, approximately between the years 800 to 1050It was one of the times when the Vikings had greater contact with other countries. Likewise, it is known that people from Scandinavia traveled to other foreign countries where they had the opportunity to trade with the population of some countries, but they also did the same thing that many of the Vikings did, loot.
Thanks to these commercial exchanges in different countries as well as everything they managed to loot in them, they managed to deliver a large number of jewelry, gold, silver, clothing, coins and objects of great value.
From the Museum of Cultural History of the University of Oslo, in Norway, a new investigation has been carried out where it has been studied in depth the ways in which imported objects were widely used in Scandinavia during the Viking Age.
Hanne Louise Aannestad, an archaeologist from this university, has been in charge of inspecting no less than 350 imported objects, which were used at the time as clothing accessories at that time in eastern Norway, especially by people of a certain social rank.
According to the investigation, it has been found that the objects came from the British Isles, as well as the European continent and also the eastern trade routes that traveled to Asia through the Baltic Sea, showing that the Vikings had contacts far beyond what had been thought at first.
The study reveals other data such as that many of the objects were converted into jewelry for women such as coins, sacred reliquaries and many other objects that are still being studied.
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