Viking cast pewter disc-brooch from York. It is decorated in the Jellinge style with a backwards-facing quadruped whose tongue extends and interlaces with it's body and rear leg. Similar ones have been found in Norway, but this was probably made in York. From York Museum, 10th century.
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