Dan Carlsson of the Fröjel Discovery Programme has posted an album of Viking artifacts from the harbor and lands around Fröjel, Sweden including explantion of the objects and how they were made.
From the website:
After the numerous archaeological excavations of the harbour and trading place in Fröjel thousands of artefacts have been found. Some of them exceptional and others were parts of the everyday life. All together they form a most interesting picture of the life in Fröjel about 1000 years ago.
The Object Gallery will be the place for you to visit if you would like to see what the artefacts and the archaeological finds look like and if you want to know more about them.
Photos of the objects include:
- Belt buckles
- Belt decorations
- Strap-ends and belt dividers