Discovery Channel: Wooden Carving Linked to Viking "Seahenge"

A wooden carving of the Viking god Odin has been linked to England Neolithic monument Seahenge, which consists of a giant, overturned tree stump surrounded by wooden timbers.

Archaeologists feel that the distinct features carved into the artifact make it an early depiction of Odin, including the mutilation of the god's left eye.

The 4,000-year-old Seahenge is located on Holme Beach in Norfolk, England.