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The Viking Raiders Stone depicting men holding swords and axes above their heads. The shape of the axes suggest they are Viking raiders. Anglo Saxon probably carved as a memorial of the first Viking Raind on Lindisfarne Island in 793. Lindisfarne Abbey Museum, Northumbria, England .

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The Viking Raiders Stone depicting men holding swords and axes above their heads. The shape of the axes suggest they are Viking raiders. Anglo Saxon probably carved as a memorial of the first Viking Raind on Lindisfarne Island in 793. Lindisfarne Abbey Museum, Northumbria, England .<br />
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