Oseberg Grave Goods: Viking Sacrifice to Gods and Deceased
The Vikings had a tradition of burying the deceased with grave goods. As they believed that the deceased would carry on their afterlife. And grave goods were a way to pay tribute to the deceased ones. Thanks to this tradition, we now have many Viking grave goods artifacts to observe. In this blog post, we are to see the Oseberg Grave goods which the archaeologists listed as the most luxurious. The archaeologists found out Oseberg burial mound in 1903. And after two years, they finally brought everything inside to the public eye. What made the Oseberg name famous was the Oseberg ship that dedicated to the deceased inside Oseberg burial.