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A 'Viking' style Irish horned hat from Landsdowne Kid's Hats, seen in Dublin airport. One of the few examples of appropriation of Viking and Norse culture at a national level.

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A children's book in Gaeilge about the Vikings.

The blurb translates to: "Cormac and Brídín are delighted to be stopping at Granny and Grandad's house again. They're looking forward to another boisterous historical adventure through the magic…

An Ireland souvenir hat seen in Cork airport, with Viking horns.

A traffic light box outside Four Couts in Dublin painted with a scene entitled 'The Viking Holiday' by Hugh Madden, as part of the Dublin Canvas Project.

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Various drawings of Viking ships, including one with a small figure in the rigging, from Viking Age Dublin.

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A replica Viking ship on display outside Reginalds Tower Viking Museum.

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A Viking ship carving in Reginalds Tower Viking Museum, Waterford city

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A reconstructed Viking Ship outside Reginalds Tower Viking Museum in Waterford.

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A replica Viking ship outside Reginalds Tower Viking Museum in Waterford.

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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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