Slavic cross pendant from the Oldenburg Wall, 10th century AD.


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Cross decorated with dots and rings motiv from the Oldenburg Wall in Holstein, Germany, 10th century AD. Heigth 2,8 cm. The decorations are located on both sides of the cross.

The Oldenburg Wall is the origin of the town of Oldenburg in Holstein. The oldest, Slavic parts date back to around 700 AD. The old name of this castle complex and the surrounding settlement was “Starigard”.

Replica in silver.

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