Bracteate
A bracteate (from the Latin bractea, a thin piece of metal) is a flat, thin, single-sided gold medal worn as jewelry that was produced in Northern Europe predominantly during the Migration Period of t...
Bracteate - Wikipedia
Grumpan bracteate
The Grumpan bracteate, designated as runic inscription Vg 207 by Rundata, is a gold type C bracteate found in Västergötland, Sweden in 1911. It is dated to the 6th century.
The Grumpan bracteate w...
Grumpan bracteate - Wikipedia
Undley bracteate
0°29′E / 52.40°N 00.48°E / 52.40; 00.48The Undley bracteate is a 5th-century bracteate found in Undley Common, near Lakenheath, Suffolk. It bears the earliest known inscriptio...
Undley bracteate - Wikipedia
Vadstena bracteate
The Vadstena bracteate (Rundata Ög 178) is a gold C-bracteate found in the earth at Vadstena, Sweden, in 1774. Along with the bracteate was a gold ring and a piece of gold sheet: all were nearly melte...
Vadstena bracteate - Wikipedia
Seeland-II-C
Seeland-II-C (Sjælland bracteate 2) is a Scandinavian bracteate from Zealand, Denmark, that has been dated to the Migration period (around 500 AD). The bracteate bears an Elder Futhark inscription whi...
Seeland-II-C - Wikipedia
Tjurkö bracteates
The Tjurkö Bracteates, listed by Rundata as DR BR75 and DR BR76, are two bracteates (coins) found on Tjurkö, Eastern Hundred, Blekinge, Sweden, bearing Elder Futhark runic inscriptions in Proto-Norse....