Mammen ax / battle ax from Jutland (Denmark)Order number: 62.061
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Modeled after the famous ax of moms from the 10th century. The beautiful small ax, which may have also functioned as a throwing ax, were found during the excavation of a grave in Mammen, Denmark. The original ax currently resides in the Copenhagen National Museum in Denmark. The original ax was found near a Mammen in Jutland (Denmark).The axleaf has a silver-ornate ornamentation richly decorated in the Mammen style (more recent Jelling style).
The grave of the so-called Mammen find is dated around 970 AD. dated, that is, in the reign of Harald Blauzahn.
Decorated on both sides with ornamenment
The photo here shows the ax from the front and back.
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