Icelandic Wolf Mjölnir

The “Wolf Mjölnir” was found around the year 1910 AD at Fossi, Hrunamannahreppi in Iceland, at a location where two spearheads and an axe had previously been discovered. This Mjölnir is unique as no finds anywhere else have remotely resembled it and it is believed that is it an Icelandic design from the Saga age which spans the period from when Iceland was first settled by Norsemen and through to 1050 AD. Iceland became a Christian country in the year 1000 AD so it is likely that this Mjölnir dates to around or after that year. It is believed it was carried as a protective amulet.

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