This Danish bracteate of around the 6th Century CE shows Woden, a Horse, and a Swastika. There are two distinct things to be noted here, the hairstyle, and the 'eye' (or object) that is seen in the mouth of Woden.
This runic bracteate also appears to show Woden with a 'crescent moon' in his mouth, alongside of which is a solar-disc. Again, the hairstyle is the same as the first one seen above.
The above shows two sides of an Iceni Coin from East Anglia, again we see the same hairstyle, and the 'Eye-in-the-Mouth', beside which is a 'star-symbol'. Note the Three Dots under the head, and the Three Dots in the left arm of the bracteate shown before this. The horse features in many of these 'Romano-British' (Germanic) coins. The 'Three Dots' also appears in the other side of the coin, with the Horse.
This coin is of the Suessiones, a Belgic Tribe that were also here in England, and whose capital here was Winchester. Note the 'Eye-in-the-Mouth' motif once again (left hand), the hairstyle (left-hand) and the Woden swallowed by the Wolf (right-hand). The 'Wheel' is here no doubt the 'Wheel of Time'.
Yet another Iceni Tribe coin featuring the 'Woden Hairstyle', the 'Motif-in-the-Mouth', and the 'Three Dots', as well as the Horse Symbolism.
The above coin is again of the Iceni Tribe, showing Romulus and Remus being suckled by the She-Wolf. It is an amazing 'coincidence' that the Iceni Tribe 'disappeared' suddenly after the Anglo-Saxon invasions, and the Wuffinga Tribe 'appeared' suddenly with the Anglo-Saxons. The Wuffingas (Wulfingas) traced their lineage back to Woden, through Caesar!