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Viking Stein

$24.25

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22 oz
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Gray/Blue
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Style: Stein

Don’t just drink beer, celebrate it with a made-to-order Zazzle beer stein. Our traditional German beer mug features ornate borders at the rim and base and a detailed handle. Honor your beer with the right vessel for the job, or give a stein to the beer lover in your life.

  • Available in 2 colors – white with metallic gold and gray with blue color
  • Dimensions: 3” diameter x 6.6" h; 22-ounce capacity
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe (though we recommend keeping your beer icy cold!)
  • Meets or exceeds FDA requirements for food and beverage safety
  • Printed on demand in San Jose, California
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Viking Stein
This stein features a reproduction of the runes and pictographs on the famous 5th century Viking Golden Horns of Gallehus. These horns were tragically stolen by a gold thief and melted down to make coins during the 1800's, and only a reproduction remains from these sketches which is now on display at the National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark and the Moesgaard Museum, near Aarhus, Denmark. The runes read as a sentence in Proto-Norse: "ek Hlewagastiz Holtijaz horna tawidō", translating to "I Hlewagastiz Holtijaz made the horn". This inscription is among the earliest inscriptions in the Elder Futhark that record a full sentence, and the earliest preserving a line of alliterative verse. Interpretation of the pictograms is speculative but it is believed that "Cernunnos" is represented among the anthropomorphic figures.
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