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Skjoldehamn Viking Hood with Ægishjálmur Embroidery via Etsy

The pattern is based on the original Skjoldehamn hood, an archaeological find at Skjoldehamn (Skjold harbour) on the Norwegian island of Andøya, dated from between 995 to 1029 CE.

10th century slav headwear

Slavic costumes - Various ways of married women to wear the ubrus. Above we saw maiden headdresses, here we have married women with their hair properly covered

Textile fragment with lotus scroll. Cotton- Block printed with resist- 10th- early 11th century CE

Textile fragment with lotus scrollfront century - half of the century AD cotton, block-printed with resist or mordant, and dyed red and brown

early medieval woman clothing, slavic, findings from Opole in Poland

early medieval woman clothing, slavic, findings from Opole in Poland Jerzy Maik "Textiles of early medieval excavations in Opole," Warsaw-Lodz 1991 ISBN 8390021382

early medieval woman clothing, slavic, findings from Opole in Poland

early medieval woman clothing, slavic, findings from Opole in Poland Jerzy Maik "Textiles of early medieval excavations in Opole," Warsaw-Lodz 1991 ISBN 8390021382

Slavic costumes - early medieval Poland (picture from Rękawka festival in Kraków)

COSTUMES: early medieval Poland Various Slavic costumes (with the focus on dresses, jewellery and accessories) and a few ones of noticeable Viking influences.

Slavic costumes - early medieval Poland (picture from Rękawka festival in Kraków)

COSTUMES: early medieval Poland Various Slavic costumes (with the focus on dresses, jewellery and accessories) and a few ones of noticeable Viking influences.

Reproduction 10th century Slavic temple rings found in Góra Strękowa, Poland, by Morgan Hall. Worn by Vandy Hall.

Reproduction century Slavic temple rings found in Góra Strękowa, Poland, by Morgan Hall. Worn by Vandy Hall.