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Slavic woman in headwear with bell-like suspension and mesh fabric underneath. On materials of Old Ryazan and Novgorod treasures, XII century.

Slavic woman in headwear with bell-like temple suspension and mesh fabric underneath. On materials of Old Ryazan and Novgorod treasures, XII century.

Russian Girl w/ Kokoshnik: A traditional piece of female headware dating back to the 17th century.  It is most closely tied to matrimony;  married women were forbidden to show their hair in public,  w/ the Kokoshnik it could be plaited and tucked under, out of view.  Banned by Peter the great for the social elite, it was brought back by Catherine the Great, & has remained a patriotic symbol since, & is often seen at weddings. Character

Russian Girl / Kokoshnik: traditional piece of female headware dating back to the century

Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats.

Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats.In Medieval Russia, the Boyars represented an aristocratic.

Екатерина Сивиркина, Г.Самара, Россия. Костюм: Русь 13 век, Владимиро-Суздальское княжество.   http://ubrus.ru/node/10864

Pretty faces in pretty kit.maybe its just a reenactor thing, but sometimes I can't tell which I find more attractive: the person or their kit.

Medieval Slavic costume of Ancient Russia: Krivichi?

Pretty faces in pretty kit.maybe its just a reenactor thing, but sometimes I can't tell which I find more attractive: the person or their kit.

Colt is attached to the headdress at the temple on the folded half a chain or belt. They usually consisted of two convex plates that are joined together and complemented by top More shackle for fastening. In the XI-XII centuries the most common were gold with enamel kolts different fi councils. Often on the edge Kolta made ​​pearl obnizi. In the XII century also appear stellate kolts and decoration black.

Russian princess in enamel headwear with tiara and kolt, second half of XII – early XIII Ancient jewelry headwear of Russian women

Krystyna Danuta Łopata, Kram Szepczące Kruki - Pagans - Southern Europe

Pretty faces in pretty kit.maybe its just a reenactor thing, but sometimes I can't tell which I find more attractive: the person or their kit.

Konstantin Yegorovich Makovsky was an influential Russian painter, affiliated with the "Peredvizhniki". Many of his historical paintings, such as The Russian Bride's Attire, showed an idealized view of Russian life of prior centuries art

Perfectly Chaotic Russian Beauty Wearing a Kokoshnik by Konstantin Makovsky, early 1880 Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky is a Russian artist. Many of his historical paintings show an.

Severyani and Radimichi temple rings. Slavic headdress.

Eastern influence here w/ spirals dangling along band. Yet spirals are seen in many cultures, Celtic, Viking, Pictish. ALady Severyani and Radimichi temple rings.

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