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Hat found in Aalsum (object nr. FM 33-373) (collection Fries Museum). Early medieval age.
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Hat found in Aalsum (object nr.

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The hat from Aalsum made from scraps of four different fabrics

Hat found in Aalsum (object nr. FM 33-373) (collection Fries Museum). Early medieval age.

Hat found in Aalsum (object nr. FM 33-373) (collection Fries Museum). Early medieval age.

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1550-1600. Object number: 20052578 Object name: bonnet[couvre-chef] Inventory number: D.4358 Institution place: Bruxelles[localité] Institution: Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire Creator: inconnu (dentellière) Date: 1550 - 1600 Material: lin Technique: tissé, dentelle[technique] Description: technique: dentelle au point coupé
1550-1600. Object number: 20052578 Object name: bonnet[couvre-chef] Inventory number: D.4358 Institution place: Bruxelles[localité] Institution: Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire Creator: inconnu (dentellière) Date: 1550 - 1600 Material: lin Technique: tissé, dentelle[technique] Description: technique: dentelle au point coupé
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Relatert bilde
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Relatert bilde

Relatert bilde
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Section of a statue with a woman wearing the Medieval Barbette
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Section of a statue with a woman wearing the Medieval Barbette

Section of a statue with a woman wearing the Medieval Barbette
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four panel hat moschevaya balka
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four-panel-hat-moschevaya-balka.jpg (JPEG Image, 1822 × 2352 pixels) - Scaled Not Viking, but Turkish with possible Viking influence.

four panel hat moschevaya balka

four panel hat moschevaya balka
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Cap Early 14th century, origin unknown. F-Saint Denis, Museum of Art and Histoire, Unité d'Archéologie, no. 11.218.163 (MS Inventory 11) Shell silk, plain knitted, Ø 18 cm, damaged The basilica of Saint Denis, located north of Paris, has been the tomb of the French kings since the 10th century. In archaeological excavations in the district of the Basilica, an undefined textile fragment was found in 1978, in a dépotoire, a sort of waste pit. On the basis of further finds it was dated to the b
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This is made from shell silk (from mussel fibers) & is the oldest known object from this material.

Cap Early 14th century, origin unknown. F-Saint Denis, Museum of Art and Histoire, Unité d'Archéologie, no. 11.218.163 (MS Inventory 11) Shell silk, plain knitted, Ø 18 cm, damaged The basilica of Saint Denis, located north of Paris, has been the tomb of the French kings since the 10th century. In archaeological excavations in the district of the Basilica, an undefined textile fragment was found in 1978, in a dépotoire, a sort of waste pit. On the basis of further finds it was dated to the b

Cap  Early 14th century, origin unknown. F-Saint Denis, Museum of Art and Histoire, Unité d'Archéologie, no. 11.218.163 (MS Inventory 11)  Shell silk, plain knitted, Ø 18 cm, damaged   The basilica of Saint Denis, located north of Paris, has been the tomb of the French kings since the 10th century. In archaeological excavations in the district of the Basilica, an undefined textile fragment was found in 1978, in a dépotoire, a sort of waste pit. On the basis of further finds it was dated to…
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Flat Cap Date: 16th century Culture: British Medium: wool Dimensions: Diameter: 8 in. (20.3 cm) Credit Line: Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from Various Donors, 1929 Accession Number: 29.158.486 This artwork is not on display
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Plain medieval cap c wool

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Flat Cap anglais 16 s

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Flat Cap Date: 16th century Culture: British Medium: wool Dimensions: Diameter: 8 in. (20.3 cm) Credit Line: Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from Various Donors, 1929 Accession Number: 29.158.486 This artwork is not on display

Flat Cap    Date:      16th century  Culture:      British  Medium:      wool  Dimensions:      Diameter: 8 in. (20.3 cm)  Credit Line:      Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from Various Donors, 1929  Accession Number:      29.158.486    This artwork is not on display

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Bocksten is a peat bog in Halland, in the southwest of Sweden. In 1936 the body of Bocksten Man was found there and taken to Varberg Museum. He had been murdered, and an oak paling driven through his body to stop him from haunting. He wore a tunic, a mantle, woolen hose, leather shoes, carried two leather belts and two knives.

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Textile 'Pannonian' cap, from Leen, early century. Rijksmuseum van Oudheden in Leiden.

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