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Vikingsnitt -

Vikingsnitt -

Hibernaatiopesäke: Small Hallstatt shirt and ribbons for new / small dress and Hallstatt bands again

Hibernaatiopesäke: Small Hallstatt shirt and ribbons for new / small dress and Hallstatt bands again

XVIII Festival Wolin 2012 Pt gallery 06 photo 18 by Wikingowie on DeviantArt

XVIII Festival Wolin 2012 Pt gallery 06 photo 18 by Wikingowie on DeviantArt

Viking Average -

Viking Average -

Hibernaatiopesäke: Pronssia ja Ihanuutta / Eesti Rahva Muuseum / Bronze and Awesomeness

Hibernaatiopesäke: Pronssia ja Ihanuutta / Eesti Rahva Muuseum / Bronze and Awesomeness

Karpacka Troja na grodzisku w

Karpacka Troja na grodzisku w

Viking kit: Linen underdress, with dark red silk trim on neck, with basic embroidery on edge in silk thread. Green apron dress (based on a Hedeby find) in wool, with red wool as trim, with double herringbone embroidery over the top. Red wool coat (based on a Hedeby find also) made from wool also, with green silk trim on edge, and cuffs trimmed in reclaimed vintage fur. Turtle brooches and chain.

Viking kit: Linen underdress, with dark red silk trim on neck, with basic embroidery on edge in silk thread. Green apron dress (based on a Hedeby find) in wool, with red wool as trim, with double herringbone embroidery over the top. Red wool coat (based on a Hedeby find also) made from wool also, with green silk trim on edge, and cuffs trimmed in reclaimed vintage fur. Turtle brooches and chain.

Reconstructed face of a Viking girl. This girl died about 1100 years ago and was buried at Birka, Sweden. Her skeleton was unusually well preserved for a child and her teeth shows she was around 6 years old. The gifts put into her grave indicate she really was a girl. There was a gold and bronze clasp, a pearl necklace, a knife and a container in bone for sewing needles to take with her into the grave—expensive gifts which show her family was wealthy.

Reconstructed face of a Viking girl. This girl died about 1100 years ago and was buried at Birka, Sweden. Her skeleton was unusually well preserved for a child and her teeth shows she was around 6 years old. The gifts put into her grave indicate she really was a girl. There was a gold and bronze clasp, a pearl necklace, a knife and a container in bone for sewing needles to take with her into the grave—expensive gifts which show her family was wealthy.

Viking tortoise (oval) brooches, bronze - replica, Birka, type P37

Viking tortoise (oval) brooches, bronze - replica, Birka, type P37

Viking Marked Djupvika part 2

Viking Marked Djupvika part 2

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