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Four-panel hat from Moscevaja Balka. 8th-9th cent. Alanic. Picture from A.A. Ierusalimskaja, Die Gräber der Moshchevaja Balka. The accompanying text indicates that it was a girl's cap and contained remnants of fur trim/lining

Four-panel hat from Moscevaja Balka. Previous pinner says: The accompanying text indicates that it was a girl's cap and contained remnants of fur trim/lining

http://www.academia.edu/11015690/Functional_Viking_Headpiece_from_the_Birka_Archeological_Site

Birka was a Viking settlement on the Swedish island of Björkö located on Lake Mälar near present day Stockholm. The settlement was established in the late century and abandoned in the century. It has been being excavated since the

Rasquert  Cap - Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries

Rasquert Cap - Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries"

Н. В. Полосьмак - Всадники Укока Ukok lovasai-Érdekes könyv, rengeteg sírlelettel, rekonstrukcióval. Kár, hogy orosz nyelvű. De a google-fordító sokat segít.

Н. В. Полосьмак - Всадники Укока Ukok lovasai-Érdekes könyv, rengeteg sírlelettel, rekonstrukcióval. Kár, hogy orosz nyelvű. De a google-fordító sokat segít.

Hat it is believed it belong to Hemma von Gurk, but this hat was made probably in 14th century. Gurk Dom Treasury

Hat it is believed it belong to Hemma von Gurk, but this hat was made probably in century. Construction in many segments.

The infamous checked fabric from the Viking Ship Museum. Not from Oseberg, but from Haugen, Rolvsøy. Image from: A.W.Brøgger. 1920-21 "Rolvsøyætten. Et arkeologisk bidrag til vikingetidens historie" _Bergens Museums Aarbok_;1-42 https://archive.org/details/bergensmuseumsa192021berg

The infamous checked fabric from the Viking Ship Museum. Not from Oseberg, but…

Thrummed cap with turned-up edge "of coarse felt with sewn-up frayed ends of woolen yarn, imitating the pile of fur caps, Copenhagen, 17th century.

Textiles in the Danish Museum in Copenhagen - Kate C - Picasa Web Albums Cap (a) "of coarse felt with sewn-up frayed ends of woolen yarn, imitating the pile of fur caps, with turned-up edge.

Turban from the Head of a Mummy of a Child  Period: Roman Period  Date: 3rd–early 4th century  Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Valley north of the Temple of Hatshepsut, Roman Buria XXXIXB, MMA 1928–1929  Medium: Linen net  Dimensions: l. 68 cm (26 3/4 in); w. 40 cm (15 3/4 in)  Accession Number: 30.3.56

Turban from the Head of a Mummy of a Child linen, sprang, C Egypt. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no.

Historiska Världar - Dräkter - Vikingatida herreman - Mössa

Hat with tablet woven band. Reconstruction from the Swedish Historiska museet. Good for covering his scalp.

Straw hat, late 15th or beginning of 16th century from Kempten, Germany

Straw hat, late or beginning of century from Kempten, Germany - Cris Figueired♥

Detail of tablet woven decoration from Mammen grave (National Museum of Denmark)

Detail of tablet woven decoration from Mammen grave (National Museum of Denmark) love this design / pattern = more embroidery inspirations

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