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Description A hammer shaped amulet of silver, found in Fitjar, Hordaland, Norway. Thought to represent the hammer of Thor.
Date Published in 1885
Source Rygh, Oluf. 1885. Norske Oldsager ordnede og forklarede. Christiania [Oslo]: Alb. Cammermeyer. Figure 679, page 181 of the pdf file. Digitalized by Google, available from
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