The Oseberg ship
The Oseberg ship is an incredibly well-preserved ship from a burial mound in Norway, and one of the most famous Viking artifacts. It contained two women who were likely of very high status, which also included many fine grave goods, as well as animal skeletons (14 horses, an ox, and 3 dogs).
These goods included sleighs, a cart, bed-posts, wooden chests, wool garments, silks, and tapestries—the textiles especially were a rare and valuable find. It’s possible one of the women could have been a queen, but it’s also likely that she might have been a shaman instead.