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Hibernaatiopesäke: Röyhelöitä Ronneburgissa /Kruseler veils in Ronneburg

Hibernaatiopesäke: Röyhelöitä Ronneburgissa /Kruseler veils in Ronneburg

reconstruction of shoes found in Opole, Poland / 10th, 11th and 12th centuries:

reconstruction of shoes found in Opole, Poland / 10th, 11th and 12th centuries:

Leather Viking shoes inspired by Hedeby excavations."Hedeby was an important Viking settlement in Denmark with the biggest importance from the 8th to 11th. It is situated on southern end of the Jutland Peninsula."

Leather Viking shoes inspired by Hedeby excavations."Hedeby was an important Viking settlement in Denmark with the biggest importance from the 8th to 11th. It is situated on southern end of the Jutland Peninsula."

Late Medieval Shoes, Front-laced Shoe, Front-latchet Shoe, Front-laced ...

Late Medieval Shoes, Front-laced Shoe, Front-latchet Shoe, Front-laced ...

Viking era leather shoes, from an historical excavation in Denmark.

Viking era leather shoes, from an historical excavation in Denmark.

Maena Craft. Viking Ireland Exhibition National Museum of Ireland

Maena Craft. Viking Ireland Exhibition National Museum of Ireland

Viking era leather boot, from an historical excavation in Denmark.

Viking era leather boot, from an historical excavation in Denmark.

A shoe with carved pattern found in Arnitlund Bog near Haderslev, Denmark. Dated to the 6th century AD, it is very similar to shoes dated to the Roman Iron Age and perhaps displays a continuity is this region of an earlier shoe making tradition.

A shoe with carved pattern found in Arnitlund Bog near Haderslev, Denmark. Dated to the 6th century AD, it is very similar to shoes dated to the Roman Iron Age and perhaps displays a continuity is this region of an earlier shoe making tradition.

Leather ankle-shoe, which was laced at the side. It is decorated with cut-out holes in different shapes: half-moon, circular, rectangular, and cross-shaped. Medieval shoes were made by 'cordwainers' (the word comes from 'cordwain', or 'cordovan', the name for the leather made in Córdoba, Spain). Early-mid 13th century

Leather ankle-shoe, which was laced at the side. It is decorated with cut-out holes in different shapes: half-moon, circular, rectangular, and cross-shaped. Medieval shoes were made by 'cordwainers' (the word comes from 'cordwain', or 'cordovan', the name for the leather made in Córdoba, Spain). Early-mid 13th century

Medieval shoe 3(Bata Shoe Museum Collection, Toronto, Ontario)

Medieval shoe 3(Bata Shoe Museum Collection, Toronto, Ontario)