Kalle Kylmänen
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11th Centuy (about 1000AD), Lund, Sweden. 22cm long

11th Centuy (about 1000AD), Lund, Sweden. 22cm long

Viking Shoes

Viking Shoes

Shoes from Ribe Vikingemuseet, Denmark, ca. 750 A.D.

Shoes from Ribe Vikingemuseet, Denmark, ca. 750 A.D.

Viking footware display from the Museum at Haithabu

Viking footware display from the Museum at Haithabu

Front side of the tunic worn by the Bernuthsfeld Man (ca 680 to 775 AD) found in Hogehahn Bog, Niedersachsen, Germany  Front side of the tunic of bog body Bernuthsfeld Man dating to 680 and 775 AD. The tunic consists of 45 pieces of cloth from 20 different textiles in 9 different weaving patterns Found in 1907 in Hogehahn Bog near Tannenhausen (Landkreis Aurich), Lower Saxony, Germany.

Front side of the tunic worn by the Bernuthsfeld Man (ca 680 to 775 AD) found in Hogehahn Bog, Niedersachsen, Germany Front side of the tunic of bog body Bernuthsfeld Man dating to 680 and 775 AD. The tunic consists of 45 pieces of cloth from 20 different textiles in 9 different weaving patterns Found in 1907 in Hogehahn Bog near Tannenhausen (Landkreis Aurich), Lower Saxony, Germany.

Seax, also sax, sæx, sex, latinized sachsum, is an Old English word for knife.In…

Seax, also sax, sæx, sex, latinized sachsum, is an Old English word for knife.In…

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Norway 10-11 in the  Photograph of the striped woollen tunic (kjortel ) from Guddal, Norway. Museum: Universitetsmuseet i Bergen, InventoryNo: 030980, Motif: Guddal-drakten, BRM 31/1, rygg, Photographer: Ann-Mari Olsen.

Norway 10-11 in the Photograph of the striped woollen tunic (kjortel ) from Guddal, Norway. Museum: Universitetsmuseet i Bergen, InventoryNo: 030980, Motif: Guddal-drakten, BRM 31/1, rygg, Photographer: Ann-Mari Olsen.

Viking era leather boot, from an historical excavation in Denmark.

Viking era leather boot, from an historical excavation in Denmark.

Viking boot, 10th century, Yorkshire Museum. These are the pattern that Matthew's shoes are based off of.

Viking boot, 10th century, Yorkshire Museum. These are the pattern that Matthew's shoes are based off of.