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hjälmkrans faveur

hjälmkrans faveur

Historical Military Uniforms from the last 1,000 years

Historical Military Uniforms from the last 1,000 years

shoulder straps from a 15th century purse

shoulder straps from a 15th century purse

Hjälmkrans faveur

Hjälmkrans faveur

Torse pattern and discusson on Armor Archive

Torse pattern and discusson on Armor Archive

Bronze age loop braid, Egypt--12 to 14 centuries BC - 3 thousand years ago! There is also evidence in China for loop braiding from this long ago. (remnants of braids in armor)

Bronze age loop braid, Egypt--12 to 14 centuries BC - 3 thousand years ago! There is also evidence in China for loop braiding from this long ago. (remnants of braids in armor)

Fragment of Blazon  Object Name: Fragment   Date: 15th century   Geography: Egypt Medium: Leather, metal wire, wool, and cotton

Fragment of Blazon Object Name: Fragment Date: 15th century Geography: Egypt Medium: Leather, metal wire, wool, and cotton

John Fitz-Alan (1435) From what I can see on the detail pics of the effigy, the surcoat here is actually a tabard-style, with a closure at each side at the narrowest point. Would make it easier to get into while dressed, and explains how snug they were.

John Fitz-Alan (1435) From what I can see on the detail pics of the effigy, the surcoat here is actually a tabard-style, with a closure at each side at the narrowest point. Would make it easier to get into while dressed, and explains how snug they were.

Knobbed Ring Pin from Caerwent (early medieval)

Knobbed Ring Pin from Caerwent (early medieval)

Viking Men: Trousers Facts: Archaeological finds  By Hilde Thunem (hilde@thunem.priv.no) (Last updated January 5th 2012)  NB! This is a work in progress.  This article represents my attempt to collect archaeological facts, and interpretations of the different trousers worn by the Vikings. As usual, my intention with gathering this information is to be able to make my own best guess, which of course may differ from yours :-)

Viking Men: Trousers Facts: Archaeological finds By Hilde Thunem (hilde@thunem.priv.no) (Last updated January 5th 2012) NB! This is a work in progress. This article represents my attempt to collect archaeological facts, and interpretations of the different trousers worn by the Vikings. As usual, my intention with gathering this information is to be able to make my own best guess, which of course may differ from yours :-)

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