Approximately 1 1/2 inches long. History: Discovered in a cemetery, it measures 82 cm (32 in) in height and depicts a figure holding a snake in each hand. Above the figure there are three interlaced creatures (forming a triskelion pattern) that have been identified as a boar, an eagle, and a wolf. The stone has been dated to 400–600 AD. Although a number of scholars call it the Snake-witch,what the stone depicts—an accurate interpretation of the figures—and whether it derives from Celtic art or Norse art remain debated.
Ormhäxan (Swedish Snake Witch) Pendant (Bronze)