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An image of the giant Viking head statue located outside Miss Maud's Swedish restaurant and bakehouse on Fitzgerald Street in Perth, WA.

The figure has a long, bushy beard and is wearing a horned helmet. It appears to be made of limestone.…

An image of the giant Viking head statue located outside Miss Maud's Swedish restaurant and bakehouse on Fitzgerald Street in Perth, WA.

The figure has a long, bushy beard and is wearing a horned helmet. It appears to be made of limestone.…

A hyperlink to an archived news article on the Miss Maud's website. On 13 May 2006 employees of Miss Maud's bakehouse, hotel, restaurant and pastry houses welcomed the Swedish Ship Götheborg as it stopped off at Fremantle Harbour on its journey from…

An image of the giant Viking head statue located outside Miss Maud's Swedish restaurant and bakehouse on Fitzgerald Street in Perth, WA.

The figure has a long, bushy beard and is wearing a horned helmet. It appears to be made of limestone.

Rognvald’s Lith: Lismore Medieval Re-enactment Society is a re-enactment group founded in 2003 and based in Lismore, New South Wales. The group concentrate on the period 700-1200 and such peoples as Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Rus, and Vikings.…

The Happy Viking: Leatherwork and craft of the Viking and Medieval Age is an online store which opened in 2012. It is owned by Elizabeth (Hlif), a re-enactor from Maleny, Queensland. The hand-made Australian products include leatherwork, pottery,…

Birka Traders was the online store created by Peter Beatson to sell his medieval metalwork. The collection included mainly jewellery and personal items such as belt buckles and strap ends, and focussed on the early medieval period, particularly the…

A photograph of two helmets and two swords in the blacksmith’s workshop at the Balingup Medieval Carnivale. The helmets are based on designs known from excavations of migration age sites. In particular, the helmet in the foreground is similar to…