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Guanche is an extinct language thought to belong to the Berber language family which was spoken in the Canary Islands until the 16th or 17th century. The language is also known as Insular Tamazight, Ancient Canarian Language or Ínsuloamaziq. (...)

Guanche is an extinct language thought to belong to the Berber language family which was spoken in the Canary Islands until the 16th or 17th century. The language is also known as Insular Tamazight, Ancient Canarian Language or Ínsuloamaziq. (...)

The pattern-cutting of linen trousers in Late Antiquity | Anne Kwaspen - Academia.edu

The pattern-cutting of linen trousers in Late Antiquitymore by Anne Kwaspen (mixed european trousers from the century)

"AMAN" aims at raising awareness about the necessity to protect, preserve and promote cultural heritage of the ancient inhabitants of the canary island

AMAN, First Film in Tamazight From Canary Islands – Trailer - Amazigh World News

Matsukaze Workshops: Obnoxiously Plaid Skinny Pants and the Irish: The Dungiven Trius Documentation

I am extremely happy to say that this is the end of a fairly long project. Not the trius, which are the principal subject of this post, but.

I am extremely happy to say that this is the end of a fairly long project.  Not the trius, which are the principal subject of this post, but...

Obnoxiously Plaid Skinny Pants and the Irish: The Dungiven Trius Documentation

Møgelmose, Denmark. Iron age Skin tunic.

Møgelmose_Skinddragt Leather tunic National Museum of Denmark. Edit: Iron Age not Viking period apparently

Guanche is an extinct language thought to belong to the Berber language family which was spoken in the Canary Islands until the 16th or 17th century. The language is also known as Insular Tamazight, Ancient Canarian Language or Ínsuloamaziq. (...)

Guanche is an extinct language thought to belong to the Berber language family which was spoken in the Canary Islands until the or century. The language is also known as Insular Tamazight, Ancient Canarian Language or Ínsuloamaziq.

Looking for the Evidence - Historical research by Jenny Baker

Looking for the Evidence - Historical research by Jenny Baker