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Schlafen - Schlafzimmer

My dream den, with the spring lilac just about to burst into bloom outside the window. A little sanctuary of peace. Amazed at the results from this little iphone camera.

It's nice to see this female reenactor wearing such laid-back, natural coloured garb, rather than the often exaggarated 'candy shop colours'. Yes, norse pagan people liked colourful clothing, but you can count on it, that those were not worn every day, in an agriculural based life, but only on special occasions.

It's nice to see this female reenactor wearing such laid-back, natural coloured…

Haithabu Bag / Hedebyväskan

Hedeby bag works because of the trade route

Hedeby (Haithabu) hood - 9-11th century Denmark  http://slezanie.pl/skandynawski-stroj-meski/

800 - 1000 AD, hood fragment from Haithabu, Germany (back then Denmark).

Dresses found in Hedeby, or Haithabu, one of the largest viking trading towns.

Dresses found in Hedeby, or Haithabu, one of the largest viking trading towns.

Possible types of Viking headdresses from Coppergate and Lincoln (after Gale Owen-Crocker).

Types of Viking Headdresses from Coppergate and Lincoln (after Gail Owen-Crocker). Page has lots more illustrations and descriptions of Viking-era hairstyles and headdresses for women.

Women’s Head-coverings in North-Western Europe in the Viking Age

Women’s Head-coverings in North-Western Europe in the Viking AgeBrígiða Vadesbana (Brenda Gerritsma) Feb 2008 Contact: thepassingstranger

Different kind of ways to have your hair as a viking woman.

More Viking hair styling Viking Age Headcoverings - she goes through and explains what we have archeologically and goes through multiple options for headcoverings and how to do them