Reconstruction of Huldremose Woman. Iron Age, around 160 BCE-340 CE. Two fur capes, made from the skin of 14 sheep; a woolen skirt, scarf, and hairband; nettle petticoat. Not only was her costume of high quality; it was also coloured in a multitude of colours like red, yellow and blue.
The Huldremose woman, 2nd century BC. Found in a peat turf at Huldremose in Denmark. She wore a skirt of wool, a scarf and two skin capes. The woman was more than 40 years old when she ended up in the bog. She was an old woman by Iron Age standards of life expectancy.