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Viking finds

Textile fragments, iron and metalwork, and weaving technics etc
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This coat is from the Moschevaya Balka finds of the 8-9th century (North Caucasus). They are identified as Alanic. It is in the Hermitage. Ale, Medieval Clothing, Vikings, Kaftan, Russian Fashion, Medieval Garb, Viking Dress, Viking Clothing
This coat is from the Moschevaya Balka finds of the 8-9th century (North Caucasus). They are identified as Alanic. It is in the Hermitage.
Sunny Briscoe
Sunny Briscoe
Sewing Room Organization, Medieval Costume, Viking Age, Moyen Age, Gown Dress, Historical Dresses, Sca, Sewing Hacks, Dress Pattern
nord caucase X Siecle ou moins - Page 2
Norse Rus Coat Pattern Class Kaftan Pattern, Coat Patterns, Garb, Winter Outfits, Style Inspiration, Clothes
Norse Rus Coat Pattern Class
Norse Rus Coat Pattern Class
Many lathe-turned wooden vessels such as bowls and cups – and the debris remaining from their manufacture – were found during the excavations at Coppergate. The cups were presumably used for drinking beer, the daily drink of the Viking Age; three show traces of having been decoratively painted. he range of sizes amongst the bowls is considerable, but most would have been table wares or used for food prep, or as serving dishes. Jorvik Viking Camp, Viking Life, Medieval Life, Medieval Period, Medieval History, Old Norse, Norse Vikings, Iron Age, Le Far West
JORVIK Viking Centre - a must see attraction in York
Many lathe-turned wooden vessels such as bowls and cups – and the debris remaining from their manufacture – were found during the excavations at Coppergate. The cups were presumably used for drinking beer, the daily drink of the Viking Age; three show traces of having been decoratively painted. he range of sizes amongst the bowls is considerable, but most would have been table wares or used for food prep, or as serving dishes. Jorvik
Viking age pot hook with chain, made of iron. The pot hook was used to hang a cooking vessel above the fire, Gotland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum. Viking Armor, Norwegian Vikings, Viking Reenactment, Viking Jewelry, Dark Ages, History Museum
Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum
Viking age pot hook with chain, made of iron. The pot hook was used to hang a cooking vessel above the fire, Gotland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.
Bendwood box from Haithabu Viking House, Danish Vikings, Collections D'objets, Medieval Furniture
15 Wikinger Museum Haithabu - 30-05-2008
Bendwood box from Haithabu
Silver figure of a man with drinking-horn. Dated to the Viking period (AD 800-1050). Height 3,5 cm. Uppåkra, Lund. Viking Art, Viking Ship, Ancient Vikings, Ancient Artifacts, Historical Artifacts, Scandinavian History, Norse Jewelry
Silver figure of a man with drinking-horn. Dated to the Viking period (AD 800-1050). Height 3,5 cm. Uppåkra, Lund.
Pendant, female figurine. Silver. The figurine portrays a female figure interpreted as a valkyrie. Sibble, Grödinge, Södermanland, Sweden. Viking Woman, Ancient Jewelry
Pendant, valkyrie
Pendant, female figurine. Silver. The figurine portrays a female figure interpreted as a valkyrie. Sibble, Grödinge, Södermanland, Sweden.
Viking Knit, Viking Metal, Art Du Pays, Arte Tribal
Kvinder i Danmarks vikingetid
Viking Valkyrie found in Suffolk, England. Decoration at bottom of Apron dress! Viking Shield, Images Viking, Escudo Viking
Viking Shields
Viking Valkyrie found in Suffolk, England. Decoration at bottom of Apron dress!
Viking pendants typically depict the woman's hair, which is often long, as tied up in a bun at the back of the head. Photo by the National Museum of Denmark Art Viking, Ancient Symbols, Ancient Art, Prehistoric Period
Nationalmuseet
Viking pendants typically depict the woman's hair, which is often long, as tied up in a bun at the back of the head. Photo by the National Museum of Denmark
National Museum of Iceland. Mitten from Arneiðarstaðir, Fljótsdalhérad, east Iceland. Made from Nålebinding in Oslo stitch/Type IIa, the mitten was discovered in 1889 and described in 1895 by Pálmi Pálsson as being 26cm long, 12 cm wide, and from 10th century. Viking Garb, Tablet Weaving, Weaving Art, Men's Clothing
The Vikings of Bjornstad
National Museum of Iceland. Mitten from Arneiðarstaðir, Fljótsdalhérad, east Iceland. Made from Nålebinding in Oslo stitch/Type IIa, the mitten was discovered in 1889 and described in 1895 by Pálmi Pálsson as being 26cm long, 12 cm wide, and from 10th century.
The Vikings of Bjornstad - Viking Museum Iceland  A mitten made from wool fabric sewed together. Costume Viking, Viking Museum, Early Middle Ages
The Vikings of Bjornstad
The Vikings of Bjornstad - Viking Museum Iceland A mitten made from wool fabric sewed together.
Some designs have been around awhile.  The connected mittens are a long tradition!  Both the mittens and sock are again made of cut and pieced woolen cloth, the sting appears to be plaited. Clothing And Textile, Male Clothing
The Vikings of Bjornstad
Some designs have been around awhile. The connected mittens are a long tradition! Both the mittens and sock are again made of cut and pieced woolen cloth, the sting appears to be plaited.