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Hilt of WK-25. The two loose dev~cesabout the tang are described by EOe as 'iron mountings, bent like the crossbars, and grooved along the edge' and are shown one against the upper guard and the other against the cross in fig. 53 of Bse. Photograph courtesy of and copyright by the National Museum of lreland. 1cm (a weld is noted) Condition: the hilt remains in an excellent condition; the blade has been electrolytically cleaned, but the process has revealed with some clarity its structure The entry in the museum records for this stunningly Mted weapon is under the year 1877m d states 'Found in Bildso; present from a royal gamekeeper's wife.

8 crn in width. Tapering of the fuller for type 5 may run a gamut anywhere from none to a reduction to 7S%, measured at 40 un f-rorn the origin of the blade. EngeIrii inscriptions may be found on blades of this type as are iron idaid inscriptions incorporating ME FEUT and the IN NQMlNE DOMINI invocation. I I I Jan Petersen, DENorske Viki~zpes~erd (Oslo, 1919). An English translation by Kristin Noex of portions of this work may be found at ~ ~ . ~ ~ . i k i n g s w o r d . c o m / p e t e r s e n .

Petersen%reported two single-edged bIades with hilts of type X from western Norway, noting them to have blades that, while remaining wide, were thinner than those single-edged blades from earlier in the V k n g Age. Double-edged Blades of the Viking Age Geibig" has classified the principal blade forms relevant to the Viking Age into five types on the basis of the length of the blade and fuller, the width of the blade at its origin, the degree of taper of the blade and fuller and the form of the tip.

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