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Detail of one of the cloak ties from the Mammen cloak.  From I.A.A. Worsaae's "Om Mammen-Fundet", in Aarboger for Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie. 1869. Plate 6.

Detail of one of the cloak ties from the Mammen cloak. Worsaae's "Om Mammen-Fundet", in Aarboger for Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie.

Picture of linen textile fragments form the basis of the reconstructed "Viborg shirt".  Found in a post-hole at Viborg Søndersø, Denmark.  9th century CE.

Viborg Shirt

Picture of linen textile fragments form the basis of the reconstructed "Viborg shirt". Found in a post-hole at Viborg Søndersø, Denmark.

Viking fire steel Firesteel of copper alloy and iron from 1050-1150, from Gotland, Sweden.  Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

The hall of Heorot Viking fire steel Firesteel of copper alloy and iron from from Gotland, Sweden.

Dziki Bez - Drużyna Najemna Słowian i Wikingów rekonstruująca okres Wczesnego Średniowiecza - Artykuły

Fragment sukni z Gdańska, XI w.

The Vikings of Bjornstad - Viking Museum Iceland  A mitten made from wool fabric sewed together.

The Vikings of Bjornstad - Viking Museum Iceland, mitten made from wool fabric sewed together.

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Textile from Gokstad found (ship), tekstilstk. / Gold thread and gold threads (maximum diameter 30 mm)

60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion | MorgansLists.com - Photograph of Skjoldehamn decorated trouserlegs. (Skjold harbor, Norway, ca 1050-1090)

MorgansLists: 60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion Photograph of Skjoldehamn decorated trouserlegs. (Skjold harbor, Norway, ca

Viking hood detail, hemming the front opening. Vikingsnitt

Viking hood detail, hemming the front opening.

Gold-embroidered silk, maybe from Byzantium, found in Lund, Sweden. (source:"The vikings" Graham-Cambell, James. British Museum 1980 ISBN 0 71 41 1352 2)

Depending on where in the grave this was found this could be the top of a dress. Gold-embroidered silk, maybe from Byzantium, found in Lund, Sweden. (source:"The vikings" Graham-Cambell, James.

Woven fabric mittens from Iceland: Heynes Mittens

Heynes mittens belonging to a child, century, wool fabric probably recycled from an earlier garment

Collar detail of Tunic from Skjoldehamn (Andøy, Norway) found in 1936, dated to around 1050.

Collar detail of Tunic from Skjoldehamn (Andøy, Norway) found in dated to around Lule Sámi, ancient Storm Collar.

From the "Viking Age Clothing" group on Facebook. Per the poster's description.  "A beautiful diamond twill from grave 838 in Birka. It is of the typical "Birka type", W10, and has 40x15 threads/cm. It is now dark brown but is supposed to have been dark blue or black from the beginning. The edge, probably a starting edge, is folded to the back and fastened with a two-ply thread. Along the edge a fine cord with a triangular cross-section is fastened. ... Agnes Geijer interprets the fragment…

From the "Viking Age Clothing" group on Facebook. Per the poster's description. "A beautiful diamond twill from grave 838 in Birka. It is of the typical "Birka type", W10, and has 40x15 threads/cm. It is now dark brown but is supposed to have been dark blue or black from the beginning. The edge, probably a starting edge, is folded to the back and fastened with a two-ply thread. Along the edge a fine cord with a triangular cross-section is fastened. ... Agnes Geijer interprets the fragment…

Neckline detail of the reconstructed Skjoldehamn tunic / photo by Idar Nilssen

Картинки по запросу reconstruction of the Scandinavian tunic

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