Textile finds - not Viking but closely related

Texile finds from either eras adjoining the Viking age, or from regions connected to Scandinavia during the Viking age.
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"Tunic of Heinrich II. or more probably of Kunigunda, 1st half of 11th century, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Bern"

I love the asymmetry of this. Tunic of Heinrich II. or more probably of Kunigunda, half of century, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Bern

12th century Dalmatica

Silk tunic with embroidery and embroidered mantle for the coronation of Roger II King of Sicily in the early C. The tunic is purple silk, edged with red silk and embroidered with pearls, gold, gold filigree and enamel. The tunic is long.

"1907 article about the naalbinded, linen stockings from 12th century Delsberg/Delémont, Switzerland. The entire article can be downloaded for free from the University of Heidelberg."

1907 article about the naalbinded, linen stockings from century Delsberg/Delémont, Switzerland.

Shirt of Queen Bathilde, who died ca. 680. The shirt was placed into the coffin and imitates with its chainstitch embroidery precious Byzantine jewellery. Executed in silks on linen.

Shirt of Queen Bathilde, who died ca. The shirt was placed into the coffin and imitates with its chainstitch embroidery precious Byzantine jewellery. It is executed in silks on linen, and seems strongly influenced my Mediterranean styles.

Левенка 2 - block printing

Attribution of printed fabrics from the mound in a Levenko Starodub district of excavation DY Samokvasov.

Block stamp print research Rus. I read somewhere 10th or 11th century chernigov?

Attribution of printed fabrics from the mound in a Levenko Starodub district of excavation DY Samokvasov.

Image: All pieces of the Maaseik Embroideries

Image: All pieces of the Maaseik Embroideries (earliest surviving Anglo-Saxon embroidery) on top a tablet woven band broken twill with brocading.

Detail from the Maasiek embroideries, 9th c.  Earliest surviving examples of Anglo-Saxon embroidery

Detail from the Maasiek embroideries, c. Earliest surviving examples of Anglo-Saxon embroidery

The pattern-cutting of linen trousers in Late Antiquity | Anne Kwaspen - Academia.edu

The pattern-cutting of linen trousers in Late Antiquity

Bild "Marx-Etzel-Fund.jpeg"

Bild "Marx-Etzel-Fund.jpeg"

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