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An aerial photograph taken in 1962, showing the barrier in the Roskilde Fjord constructed to excavate the five Skuldelev ships. These ships are now on display in the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde.

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Leather shoes and shoe sole from Fishamble Street, Dublin. E190: 7366; E:190: 422; E190: 419

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Leatherworking tools from Fishamble Street and High Street, Dublin, including a leather scorer, cutter, iron punch and iron awl with antler handle.

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Walrus ivory plaque with beast motif, of Anglo-Saxon origin. Found in Fishamble Street, Dublin. E190: 7211

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Iron fish-hook from St John's Lane (E173: 398) and Billhook from Winetavern Street (E81: 1864)

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Pair of silvered spurs from Fishamble Street. Spurs were probably introduced to Ireland by the Vikings, and the examples from Dublin are the earliest surviving spurs from the country. E190:2156
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