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Male Headdress Designed like a Helmet and Covered with Sogdian Silk Silk, linen, wood, leather; H. 50 cm Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 8th-9th century Moshchevaya Balka Burial Ground, North-western Caucasus, Moshchevaya Balka (gorge), Karachayevo-Cherkessk Republic Russia Source of Entry: State Museum of Ethnography of Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad. 1935

Russia, headdress designed like helmet, covered with Sogdian Silk, culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes, century

8-9th century Moshchevaya Balka burial. Canvas, linen and silk (previously with fur) Womens ( small girl/doll) outer coat. Copy of adult clothing.

Canvas, linen and silk (previously with fur) Womens ( small girl/doll) outer coat. Copy of adult clothing.

Scythian Gold Fish Of Vettersfelde, late 6th cent BC -This gold Scythian fish is the westernmost discovery of an artifact that can be attributed to the ancient Scythians. It was found by a farmer near Vettersfelde, Poland in 1882. Weighing over 600 grams, it was probably meant to be an ornament on a shield. The body of the fish is covered by little animals in relief, including a panther catching a boar, and a lion catching a deer, and the tail is made up of two rams heads.

(Russia, Scythai) The Gold Fish of Vettersfelde.The richest Gold finds from antiquity originate from the burial mounds of Scythian princes in the northern Black Sea region. ca 500 BCE.

Woven silk Place of origin: Iran (probably, made)  Turkey (possibly, made) Date: 8th century to 9th century  Materials and Techniques: Pattern woven silk Museum number: 761-1893 | V&A

Woven silk

Woven silk Place of origin: Iran (probably, made) Turkey (possibly, made) Date: century to century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Pattern woven silk

Blue silk robe Central Asia, possibly 13th century Woven silk  (Yuan)  (Chinese?)

14 Amazing Artefacts of the Aga Khan Museum in Istanbul Turkey

Blue silk robe Central Asia, possibly century Woven silk (Yuan) (Chinese?

Houston Museum of Natural Science's Silk Road Web Page: www.hmns.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=articl...

Houston Museum of Natural Science's Silk Road Web Page: www.hmns.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=articl...

Sogdiana 8-9th century linen, samite (silk) and leather small boy or doll Rus Coat Caftan. Copy of adult clothing.

Sogdiana century linen, samite (silk) and leather small boy or doll Rus Coat Caftan. Copy of adult clothing.

60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion | MorgansLists.com - Caftan of a chieftain, covered with Syrian silk featuring senmurvs Early 9th century Moshchevaya Balka burial ground, North-Western Caucasus, Stavropol Region Silk (samite), squirrel fur.

Caftan of a chieftain, covered with Syrian silk featuring senmurvs Early century Moshchevaya Balka burial ground, North-Western Caucasus, Stavropol Region Silk (samite), squirrel fur.

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Reconstructions of Scythian women's headdresses found in the Ukraine dating from the 4th century BC.  From the exhibition "Gold of the Nomads", 1999 to 2001.

Reconstructions of Scythian women's headdresses found in the Ukraine dating from the century BC. From the exhibition "Gold of the Nomads", 1999 to (Lots of images. Higher reading level but appropriate for all ages).

A rare pair of silk lampas trousers, Sogdiana, Central Asia, 7th/8th Century - Sotheby's

A rare pair of silk lampas trousers, Sogdiana, Central Asia, Century

A RARE SILK LAMPAS ROBE, SOGDIANA, CENTRAL ASIA, 7TH/8TH CENTURY the robe of characteristic form with long sleeves and open front attached to the side, woven with fine honey coloured and dark brown silk threads, decorated with large medallions containing two confronted dragons, between scrolling leafy vines issuing palmettes, mounted on a later silk lining  113cm. height.

Side view of a rare silk lampas robe, Sogdiana, Central Asia, century

These reproduction Saxon noble costumes were made for re-enactlment for the King and Queen of Kent. Kent was a soveign state until absorbed within Wessex. Kent was the first kingdom to be convreeted to Christianity in southern England by St Augustine. These costumes are now in the Abbey museum

These reproduction Saxon noble costumes were made for re-enactlment for the King and Queen of Kent. Kent was a sovereign state until absorbed into the Kingdom of Wessex.

Figure 2 - Seljuk Silk Samite Robe, Central Asia, 11th Century

Seljuk Silk Samite Robe, Central Asia, Century : Great site RE: Medieval Steppe

This rare and important 8th-century silk tunic with Arab inscription originating from Sogdiana, Central Asia

This rare and important silk tunic with Arab inscription originating from Sogdiana, Central Asia sold for against an estimate of