Zoltán Galambos

Zoltán Galambos

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Viking-Medieval-Lewis-Berserker-Chess-piece garden ornament

Viking-Medieval-Lewis-Berserker-Chess-piece garden ornament

Lewis Chessmen - Article of the Day - English - The Free Dictionary Language Forums

King, Chessmen from Isle of Lewis; dragon is bottom panel of back of throne.

DrawMoreSaunders: Lewis Chessmen Drawings, The British Museum, berserker

Part of a workshop in November. These faces were provided for examples as the children were making their own designs. Their outlines, minus .

Berserker-His (Odin's) men rushed forwards without armour, were as mad as dogs or wolves, bit their shields, and were strong as bears or wild oxen, and killed people at a blow, but neither fire nor iron told upon them. This was called Berserkergang....(going Berserk!!!)

Lewis Chessmen Berserker: according to Old Norse literature, berserkers were notorious as fighting uncontrollably in a trance like state.Notice how our Berserker has bulging staring eyes and angrily bites his shield ready for action

The Lewis Chessmen at the museum of Scotland, Edinburgh - a bezerker biting his shield.

Scacchi nel Medioevo - The Lewis Chessmen at the museum of Scotland, Edinburgh - a bezerker biting his shield.

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A pawn from 'Charlemagne's chess set', Norman Southern Italy, end of the eleventh century

A berserker rook, from Lewis chess set in the British Museum. Likely 12c. Norwegian in origin.

Lewis chessmen - "Berserker" rook, at the British Museum Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chess piece in the form of a Warder (Rook) or Pawn, 12th century, Scandinavian, Whale ivory.

Chess Piece in the Form of a Warder (Rook) or Pawn Date: century Culture: Scandinavian Medium: Whale ivory Dimensions: 1 × 1 × in.