Slavic earrings from the so-called treasure from Ochla (in Poland), dating back to X c.

Slavic earrings from the so-called treasure from Ochla (in Poland), dating back to X c.

Poland - West Slavs - temple ring, 10th-11th century | Katalog MNK

Culture: Slavic (West Slavs - early Polish state / Piast dynasty) Found in: Dzierznica, Poland Timeline: century © Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie

Decorative motifs used by shoemakers - finds from Opole, Poland.  Culture: Slavic (West Slavs - early Polish state - Silesian Piasts)  Timeline: c. 10th-12th centuries  Source: Agnieszka Samsonowicz “Wytwórczość skórzana w Polsce wczesnofeudalnej”, 1982.

Decorative motifs used by shoemakers - finds from Opole, Poland. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs - early Polish state - Silesian Piasts) Timeline: c.

Poland - West Slavs | Necklace. | 10th-11th century. | Katalog MNK

Poland - West Slavs | Necklace. | 10th-11th century. | Katalog MNK

Replicas of a lunula pendant found in Staré Město, Czech Republic. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs - Great Moravian Empire). Timeline: 11th century[via Wulflund Jewelry]

west-slavs: “ Replicas of a lunula pendant found in Staré Město, Czech Republic. Culture: Slavic (West Slavs - Great Moravian Empire) Timeline: century [via Wulflund Jewelry] ”

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West Slavic bronze fittings of knife sheaths from the 11th-12th centuries, areas of discovery.  Source: Sebastian Brather “Archäologie der westlichen Slawen”, 2008

West Slavic bronze fittings of knife sheaths from the centuries, areas of discovery.

West Slavs in Archaeology

Reconstruction of early medieval Slavic jewellery set - finds from Poland, c. The large rings, worn attached to a headband, are called temple rings or temporal rings (in Polish: kabłączki skroniowe). They were a characteristic.

Wire, Cord

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