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World's oldest rucksack - replica of mummified neolithic 'Otzi The Iceman's 5,000 year old backpack found preserved by ice high in the Alps. Hazel frame with larch wood supports and goat-hide basket (may have been woven grass rather than hide in the original).

World's oldest rucksack - replica of mummified neolithic 'Otzi The Iceman's year old backpack found preserved by ice high in the Alps. Hazel frame with larch wood supports and goat-hide basket (may have been woven grass rather than hide in the original).

fire-grid from the Mastermyr find

Fire-grid from the Mastermyr find in vikingtime on Gotland, Sweden. Popular belief is this is for cooking. As it was found close to a blacksmiths kit it is believed by others to be more than likely used as lighting

10th C. Gotland. Silver coin pendant; Samanid dirham; riveted suspension loop of ribbed sheet.

riveted suspension loop of ribbed sheet.

KÖCHER Die beiden folgenden Modelle sind Anfertigungen nach den Köcherfunden aus Haithabu.  Als Vorlage diente das Buch: "Berichte über die Ausgrabungen in Haithabu", Bericht 21: "Die Lederfunde von Haithabu" von Willy Groenman-van Waateringe.

Quiver Custom model in the quiver found at Hedeby. From the book "Reports on excavation Hedeby", Report "The leather is Hedeby" by Willy Groenman-Van Waateringe

Quiver Custom model in the quiver found at Hedeby. From the book "Reports on excavation Hedeby", Report 21:  "The leather is Hedeby" by Willy Groenman-Van Waateringe

Quiver Custom model in the quiver found at Hedeby. From the book "Reports on excavation Hedeby", Report "The leather is Hedeby" by Willy Groenman-Van Waateringe

Hood based on fabric fragments from Haithabu (which may or may not actually be a hood)

Hood based on fabric fragments from Haithabu Identifed as a hood the archaeologist Inga Hägg but nowadays not believed to be a hood at all. Could be remains of a hose or a child's tunic.

RHaithabu Gugel (Hedeby Hood/Cowl) Site in German "The basis of this reconstruction experiment, the textile finds from Hedeby, reproduced in the book "textile finds from the settlement and from the graves of Hedeby" by Inga Hägg, 1991. "

"Haithabu Gugel (Hedeby Hood/Cowl) Site in German "The basis of this reconstruction experiment, the textile finds from Hedeby, reproduced in the book "textile finds from the settlement and from the graves of Hedeby" by Inga Hägg, ""