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Kipchak, clothing and equipment of a light cavalryman. Once conquered by the Mongols, the Kipchaks would have provided troops to the Golden Horde.


Belt Fitments 13th-early 14th centuries Gold Covering the period from the 13th to the end of the15th centuries, the collection of artifacts and objects of everyday life from the Golden Horde Khanate contains items produced in all regions of this enormous state, which stretched from the Danube to the River Irtysh in Siberia.


Pysanky Festival Historical Ukrainian Clothing - The costumes from left to right are: 1) 3-6th century AD (The Slavs); 2) 6th century AD (Byzantine Influenced Slavic); 3) 10th century AD (Kyivan Rus); 4) 12-13th century AD (Later Kyivan Rus); 5) 13-14th century AD (Halych-Volyn Kingdom); 6) 14th-15th century AD (Time of the Golden Horde); 7) 15th century (Lithuanian-Polish period) gentry; 15-16th century (Lithuanian-Polish period) nobility; 9) 16th-17th century (Lithuanian-Polish period)