Photograph of Damendorf  brók pieces - men trouser

Multiple styles of men's Viking pants, socks and hose, including the Thorsberg trousers with extant photos and documentation

Forum for Iron Age Studies & Prehistoric Europe (image: Damendorf trousers)

Single parts of the trousers of bog body Damendorf Man, dated around to century, found near Damendorf, Rendsburg Eckerförde, Germany. On display at Archäologisches Landesmuseum Schloss Gottorf in Schleswig.

An Iron Age tunic is amongst the discoveries found under melting snow on Norwegian mountains.

Iron age tunic thaws out of ice

A boat neck sweater made of warm wool and woven in diamond twill was a dominating fashion trend among reindeer hunters years ago, according to researchers who have investigated an extremely well preserved Iron Age tunic found two years ago.

Thorsberg Tunic fabric

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Drawing of Thorsberg trousers & textile patterns. From Conrad Engelhardt, Denmark in the Early Iron Age

Drawing of Thorsberg trousers & textile patterns. From Conrad Engelhardt, Denmark in the Early Iron Age

Germanic tunic found in moor made in ca 4th century. Now located in Gottorp Palace, Schleswig, Germany

Thorsberg - germanic tunic found in moor made in ca century. Now located in Gottorp Palace, Schleswig, Germany Copyright Martina a Martin Høibovi © 2006

Huldremose dress. A few hundred years before the Viking age, but interesting from a garment history pespective.

Iron Age gown: interesting style to make with pockets & shorter hemline?

A pre-Viking woolen tunic found beside a thawing glacier in south Norway shows how global warming is proving something of a boon for archaeology, scientists said on Thursday.  The greenish-brown, loose-fitting outer clothing — suitable for a person up to about 5 feet, 9 inches tall (176 centimeters) — was found 6,560 feet (2,000 meters) above sea level on what may have been a Roman-era trade route in south Norway. Carbon dating showed it was made around the year 300.

A pre-Viking woolen tunic found beside a thawing glacier in south Norway shows…

Absolute history | Awesome find from the Orkney isles, a fabric hood...

“The Orkney Hood. Made of wool, it dates from 250 - 615 AD. Found in a bog (image National Museums of Scotland)”

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Wool tunic located in Norway’s Lendbreen glacier, dated to approximately 800 CE.  “The tunic was well used – it was repaired several times,” said Marianne Vedeler, a conservation expert at Norway’s Museum of Cultural History.

Her er bilder av Norges eldste klesplagg, den 1700 år gamle kjortelen som vart funne på Lendbreen i august for eitt og eit halvt år sia.

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