Historia om de nordiska folken, Volume 3. Front Cover. Olaus (Magnus, Archbishop of Uppsala). Almqvist & Wiksells boktr., i distribution, – Folklore. Historia om de nordiska folken. Front Cover. Olaus (Magnus, Archbishop of Uppsala). Gidlund, – Scandinavia – pages. Olaus Magnus Historia om de nordiska folken. Bok 4 – Kapitel 5 – Om varubyte utan penningar. – Utgivningsår
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Free clipart to use for designers etc. To the left a Muscovite showing a false coin. Next a Lap in fur coat and nordiskz bow and arrow. To the right a Geat with a crossbow. On Trade W ithout Using Money. We see barter between Nordic people to the left and Russians to the right. The Nordic people is offering dried pike fish, flour, axes, knives, scissors, cloth etc.
The Russians offer skins, butter? Book 4Ch. On Marketplaces on the Ice. It is winter, the full moon shines on the dark sky. Traders are seen on the ice with their merchandise. We can see a crossbow, axe, knife, tongs, scissors and other tools, barrels, a metal jug etc.
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A marriage is confirmed in presence of parents and relatives by stroking steel and flint stone together. This ritual is executed by the man to the left.
The wedding meal is being prepared. Fires are burning and fishes are ready to be fried.
A large jug and drinking vessels are s een. On Dances that is Executed During Lamentations. Three women and three men dance to the music from a bagpipe and a string instrument played with bow.
On the Activities of the People at Moonlight. This scene takes place in Lapland. The full moon in the sky symbolizes midwinter. At the left a man is out hunting. To the df an official birkarl is riding on dd reindeer. Below a man is sewing together sinews from reindeers outside a house.
Fol,en men are building a boat. The man to the left is sewing together two boards on the port side. The man in the foreground forms other boards with an axe. The man behind mounts the last board on the starboard side. A rowing boat is seen in the water.
On Instruction in Archery. The woodcut shows four Laps of different ages practising archery. Behind them their tents. Some birds are flying in the sky.
The picture shows three hunters with skis. You can see a sporting dog in the foreground and fleeing reindeers in the background. The woodcut shows a merchant who travels with his packhorse over the mountains between Sweden and Norway. Both the horse and the man wear snow shoes.
On Dangerous Journeys in the Mountains Fjells. To the left four men armed with crossbows. Two travellers are seen in this wild country. The one in the middle leads a packhorse, the one to the right rides. Note that they travel unarmed. A reindeer and a bird are seen among the high mountains fjell. On the Law of Killing of Ravens. A scene from Iceland.
In old times there existed a law that granted rewards for killing of ravens and other pests. To the left a raven is attacking a pig. In the middle a hunter with a crossbow that shows raven heads to the sheriff to the right.
The sheriff has money in his hand. On Attention to Old People. An old man wants to get down a steep snowy mountain side. He is placed on a bear skin pulled by a horse. A son or a servant holds the horse. On Christening of Children among the Forrest Dwellers.
A Lap and his with skis on their feet approaches a church where the Christening will take place. They are dressed in coats of fur.
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On their backs they carry baskets with two children each. The baskets probably also contains gifts to the priest. To the left of the woodcut two noreiska which are greeted welcome by the host in the middle.
A table is made ready to the right and a man in the doorway is carrying a jug. The symbol in the middle could be an ear grainused as a votive gift to Saint Erik. When this is written, however, Sweden had converted to the Lutheran faith, a fact that the author naturally condemns.
Book 5Ch. The woodcut shows three warriors in suits of armour. All three carry a sword. The on in the middle has also a halberd and the one to the right a mace. On the Difference norciska Giants and Warriors.
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He is here armed with a mace and a sword. In the middle a warrior dressed in historiq suit of armour and with sword and pike. On the Sobriety of Giants and Warriors. The woodcut illustrates the simple food and drinking habits of Nordic fighters. Two of the men hold steaks in their hands. Bread is lying on the table. Note simple design of the table. On the Virtues of the Hero Starkater. Starkater, the man on the woodcut, was a Nordic brave and never defeated giant who lived around year 0 AD.
He lived as long as three ordinary men together. At his foot a lion. On the Defence of the oppressed. Starkater is standing to the left uistoria a broadsword over his shoulder. Behind him a heavily armed army. The woodcut illustrates the story tale how Starkater helped the Norwegian king Helge to fight against nine unjust fighters.
On the Martial Exercises of Starkater. Starkater is on his way to the Danish king Ingell. King Ingell is sitting with a mistress under the trees nordska the right.
On the Total Result of the Achievement of Starkater. Starkater stands a the victor on a battlefield full of dead bodies, cut limbs, broken weapons and pieces of suits of armour.
On this left picture we see the Danish army. At the top a formidable forest of lances and a fleeing Danish cavalry.
Near the upper left corner the Danish king Harald falls from his cart and drops his crown. In the middle the Danish infantry flees in disorder. The Danish flag with the three lions is torn and the bearer is falling to the ground. In the foreground Danish ships histotia broken masts. On the Terrible and Great War between the Swedes, led by Starkater, and the Danes In the right part of the woodcut Starkater leads the Swedish forces to victory with a lifted broadsword in one hand.
An archer is seen forward of Starkater. On the Death of Stakater. To the left we see Starkater, old and tired of living, hands over his sword and histooria amount of gold to Hather.