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    Caftan - ca. 8th century A.D. From Caucasus region. Made of silk, linen, fur. 56" long.

    A closer view of the replica of a maplewood bottle from Sutton Hoo better illustrates the intricate Celtic design adorning this metal piece. This metal piece was all that remained of the original bottle, from which the rest was reconstructed. Provenance: Sutton Hoo, England Dates from: VIIin century

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    Xu Swan's Rus and Viking bead necklace with Rus headwear. Reenactment of Kievyan Rus costume, 10 c.

    Lovely blue glass bead from yesterday's excavations at Rhynie. Images courtesy of Michael Sharpe.

    A look at living in the Pictish Brochs




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    This is gorgeous!

    Quatered parti, plaid, patterns etc - Convenevole da Prato: Address in verse to Robert of Anjou… Toszkána (Itália), 1335–1340 körül. 26.f · British Library

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    La Tène Era ‘Celtic’ Burials from France

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    Dieses aus Knochen geschnitzte Webbrettchen wurde in einem Grubenhaus aus dem 12. Jh. in Niederglatt-Nöschikon entdeckt. Weaving Tablet, 12th century, near Zurich, Switzerland.

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    A selection of Pictish glass beads from the Northeast of Scotland, recent analysis has shown that these beads were made by reworking Roman glass.

    Glasperlenherstellung am Lehmofen - Making Viking Glass beads over a clay kiln/oven! That's so amazing! (The site is in German so translate to read the text, but check out the other photos they have too)

    This is cross side base of the Hilton Stone in the Seaboard Memorial Hall in Balintore, in Easter Ross. Found about 2002-3, during the excavations on the eastern side of the Hilton Chapel in Easter Ross. The carvings on this part of the stone are sharp, because it was buried for about 1200 years.

    Norse Applique Tutorial by PEEPS!!!

    Re-enactor dressed in linen tunic embroidered with triskeles and Pictish-style bears.