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Regia Anglorum - Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History Ideas for decorative motifs

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Vintage Russian ornaments look very celtic but our empire was larger than that of Rome, including Germany

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elfentau: “ ~* Faelan Dragonstar’s Shield (detail) * by the-Dragonstar *~ ”

Wolf

A celtic cat in the same style as my celtic wolf. [link] This was requested by Vector Celtic Cat

Beds and fragments of beds have been found in two archaeological sites from the Viking Age: Oseberg and Gokstad in Norway. The Oseberg find is dated to circa 850 and Gokstad circa 900.  This is a drawing of the bedposts.

Beds and fragments of beds have been found in two archaeological sites from the Viking Age: Oseberg and Gokstad in Norway. The Oseberg find is dated to circa 850 and Gokstad circa This is a drawing of the bedposts.

celtic bear by ~MissSabrina on deviantART "Bear (Arth): Although the bear…

Camouflage helps animals blend in with their surroundings to help them sneak up on prey and for protection from predators. Learn more about this mechanism, and see intriguing examples of camouflage at work: https://curiosity.com/playlists/how-life-adapts-to-its-environment-6kWNCwRU?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=090114pin

How Life Adapts to Its Environment

These bugs learned to be camouflaged into the plants they inhabit to stay alive. Humans must also adapt to the quick changing world around them but can stay rooted to God through Baptism.

Viking Origin

Thyra: The Vikings/Viking Art - The Jellinge Style (Isn't this from a metal bowl/shallow cup?

Bilderesultat for viking embroidery patterns

Regia Anglorum - These Illustatrations by Liz Daborn show examples of Saxon and Viking Rondel embroidery designs suitable for embroideries for court clothes as worn by the highest classes of English society around the Century.

The Anglo Saxons spoke Germanic languages and were not very good at reading and writing. Instead They used symbols called runes. Whereas the Britains who were pushed westward understood the Roman language of Latin and could read and write.

These are a rendition of Anglo-Saxon runes. They very much remind me of the runes used in both the dwarfish language. More recently, it reminds me of the language used in the movie Frozen which is also from a similar culture.