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Toiletset

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Toiletset

Toiletset

a hand made copper tube type needle case based on a find in the national museum of Ireland, dated to the 10th century Viking period, nominally 7cm long

Copper viking needle case 10th c dublin find living history use

a hand made copper tube type needle case based on a find in the national museum of Ireland, dated to the 10th century Viking period, nominally 7cm long

5th-7th century AD. An unusual set of early Anglo-Saxon toilet implements, complete with their suspension ring. The first implement is a pointed rod about 82 mm long with a slight thickening above the point. The second is a rod of about 62mm length with a small dished section at the lower end. The third is a longer pointed rod of about 89 mm.

5th-7th century AD. An unusual set of early Anglo-Saxon toilet implements, complete with their suspension ring. The first implement is a pointed rod about 82 mm long with a slight thickening above the point. The second is a rod of about 62mm length with a small dished section at the lower end. The third is a longer pointed rod of about 89 mm.

Over 130 bone pins were found at Coppergate. They varied in size and form, but all are likely to have acted as dress fastenings or possibly hair pins. The smallest of those illustrated has a decorated globular head, and must have been used on a garment of light material, perhaps a veil or some other type of head covering. The pin with the animal head may have come from Scandinavia. The pins with perforated heads were probably used in pairs.

Over 130 bone pins were found at Coppergate. They varied in size and form, but all are likely to have acted as dress fastenings or possibly hair pins. The smallest of those illustrated has a decorated globular head, and must have been used on a garment of light material, perhaps a veil or some other type of head covering. The pin with the animal head may have come from Scandinavia. The pins with perforated heads were probably used in pairs.

Viking 10th century silver pin with polyhedral-shaped head, slip-knot ring, and attached chain that is a unique find from Ireland. Another pin was originally attached to the now empty ring on the other end of the chain to form a pair of pins. Paired and chain-linked pins were made in Scandinavia and have been found in Swedish Viking burials. This pin came from an Irish crannog (lake-dwelling) of a regional Irish king. It was imported to Ireland through trade, marriage, or raiding.

Viking 10th century silver pin with polyhedral-shaped head, slip-knot ring, and attached chain that is a unique find from Ireland. Another pin was originally attached to the now empty ring on the other end of the chain to form a pair of pins. Paired and chain-linked pins were made in Scandinavia and have been found in Swedish Viking burials. This pin came from an Irish crannog (lake-dwelling) of a regional Irish king. It was imported to Ireland through trade, marriage, or raiding.

Copper apploy toilet set with two picks and an earscoop on a ring from female grave (AN1886.1422) Frilford Grave 2

Copper apploy toilet set with two picks and an earscoop on a ring from female grave (AN1886.1422) Frilford Grave 2

a hand made brass combination needle case and toilet set comprising of a split tube needle case, suspension ring and chain and one pair of locking

Anglo saxon viking toilet set and needle case ireland find

a hand made brass combination needle case and toilet set comprising of a split tube needle case, suspension ring and chain and one pair of locking

Viking Needle Gotland by DarkSunTattoo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Viking Needle Gotland by DarkSunTattoo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Ear scoop, tweezer, nail pick set.  This type of toilet tool goes back to the Migration Period at least, and is well-documented among the Vikings.

Ear scoop, tweezer, nail pick set. This type of toilet tool goes back to the Migration Period at least, and is well-documented among the Vikings.

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