Norse Valknut Rune Viking Necklace
If you like Norse Mythology and Vikings you will love this necklace!
This striking amulet features the well-known and powerful Viking symbol of the "Valknut" and is surrounded by mysterious and ancient Norse runes.
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- Material Pendant: Metal, alloy
- Material Cord: Leather with metal clasp
- Size Pendant: 1.38" (35mm)
- Cord Length: 17.71" (45cm)
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The Valknut (pronounced "VAL-knoot") is a symbol in Norse mythology depicting three interlocked triangles.
The Valknut symbol has appeared on several runestones and memorial stones dating back from the Viking Age in Sweden and Norway.
The meaning of this symbol is still unclear, however, it is believed to have a strong connection with the transition from life to death and death to life since it only appears in connection with runestones and ship burials. It has also been found on cremation urns of the Anglo-Saxons.
In most cases, the Norse god Odin, or symbols that are closely associated with him is also featured alongside the Valknut.
The name Valknut is a modern Norwegian word and means "slain warrior knot"
Read more about the Valknut here
Norse Runes / Futhark:
The runic alphabets are also called "futharks" and are a writing system of uncertain origin used by Germanic peoples of northern Europe, Scandinavia, Iceland and Britain from about the 3rd century to the 16th/17th century AD.
There are several different versions of the rune alphabet. An older form called Elder Futhark which is an older form of Germanic language consisting of 24 runes and a younger form called Younger Futhark which consists of 16 symbols. Younger Futhark was used by the Vikings in 800-1100 AD.
Each rune represents a sound/letter, a name, and a meaning.
Read more about the futharks here.