Do you want to see the scanned objects from the Oseberg find? Here you can find a small selection.
Rotatable 3D-PDFs are obtained after 3D-scanning the objects. The 3D-PDFs are available in a large and a small version, are downloadable and can be opened in Adobe Acrobat; the files cannot be opened on tablets or cell phones. See how to use the 3D-PDF here.
The head, which is broken around the neck, is most likely a fragment of a larger object. The animal has its mouth open with visible teeth and a clear nose.
The wooden cask or scoop has an oval shape. The handle is decorated with a zigzag pattern and the other end of the cask has two animal heads; only one of them is intact.
This little birch cup was full of small seeds when it was found.
The rod has an inscription that can be read as litiluisan; litil is seen as a single word; meaning small. One possible interpretation for the inscription is "man knows little".
This wooden stick contains a carved dog head at each end and a 4 cm long slit on the top; the upper side is curved and the underside is flat. This stick was probably attached to something else.