Cammin Casket

Illustration

Irina-Maria Manea
by Hamburg Archaeological Museum
published on 06 March 2021
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A replica of the Cammin Casket (that held the relics of Saint Cordula), a masterpiece of Viking Age art, c. 1000 CE, decorated in the Mammen style and found in Kamen Pomorski, Poland. The original disappeared during World War II.

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