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A stick with a runic inscription. It reads 'litiluism' which has been read as 'litill vis ma
A wooden chair made of beech, and shoes of soft leather. The illustration beside the chair depicts the traces of paint that remained on the chair.
The wooden lid of a box with a lock made of horn or whale baleen. At the back of the photograph is a handle from a box.
This chest had been broken into by grave robbers. When found, it still contained two combs, and pieces of leather and cloth.
Part of a box found in the hole dug by the grave robbers. In the foreground of the photograph is a clasp from a box.
A bucket made of yew, with brass hoops and 'Buddha'-like figures of enamel and brass.
A bucket made of yew. It has brass fittings, and iron hoops and handle rings. When found it contained wild apples.
Possible wooden candlesticks. Their actual function is uncertain but it is thought that they were made to hold candles.
The wooden top and bottom of a hunting knapsack. The fabric body has not survived. The lid has a horse carved into it.
Part of a wooden gaming board for playing tafl. One piece is displayed on it to indicate its function. In the foreground is the remains of a cup and a wooden dish.
Remains of a wooden cup, and a possible wooden dish with part of a gaming board visible top left.
An adze (left), a spoon-shaped auger with a looped handle (centre) and some wooden tethering pegs.