Should we keep the Vikings’ stolen goods?

08 Nov 2012 3:16 PM | Anonymous

Should we keep the Vikings’ stolen goods?

November 7, 2012 - 06:30 The National Museum of Denmark regularly receives objects that appear to be stolen goods from the Viking Age. Shouldn’t these objects be returned to their original 
By: Maj Bach Madsen

Ranvaik’s golden chest was made in Ireland or Scotland toward the end of the eighth century and originates from a church or a monastery.

"Ranvaik owns this shrine" the inscription on the bottom reads, as a strong indication that it later came to belong to a noble Viking lady named Ranvaik

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