The figuring is composed of three main elements: a chair, two birds and a sitting person.
The chair has four corner posts decorated with stylized animal heads (one is missing).
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There are also two animal heads placed symmetrically on top of the back of the chair.It is clearly a depiction of a Nordic high seat- the throne of Odin, lidskjalv, is an obvious possibility.Today, there are about 20 horses in the Royal Stables Frederiksborg Palace is situated on three islets in the castle lake in Hillerød, north of Copenhagen. The palace, which is surrounded by the beautiful Frederiksborg Palace Garden, was built in the Dutch Renaissance style at the beginning of the 1600s by King Christian 4.ARKEN Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj, south of Copenhagen, boasts exhibitions with the greatest Modernist artists alongside exhibitions of contemporary art - from new, young talent to established artists.
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When it was first found, it was the center of a debate, because it wore a “dress”. “The cast figuring, 1, 75 cm high and weighing 9 grams, is made of silver with niello decoration.
The excavations revealed buildings up to 60 metres long, clearly emphasizing the importance of late Iron Age and Viking Age Lejre, c. The style and manufacturing of the figuring date it to around 950.