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  • Kami Salah

    Caftan Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 9th century, Moshchevaya Balka, Hermitage. St. Petersburg

  • Ana Lalala

    Caftan, 9th century Adygo-Alanian tribe (Northern Caucasus region of Russia), the State Hermitage Museum

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    Discussion on ancient Hungarian wear | Steppe History Forum

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    Silk Caftan with senmurvs in pearl roundels, 9thc, Hermitage Museum

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Caftan (Coat) Covered with Syrian Silk Showing Senmurvs (Fabulous Monsters) 9th century Moshchevaya Balka Burial Ground Silk L 140 cm The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes.

Discussion on ancient Hungarian wear | Steppe History Forum

Caftan (Coat) Covered with Syrian Silk Showing Senmurvs (Fabulous Monsters) Silk, fur; L. 140 cm Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 9th century Moshchevaya Balka Burial Ground, North-western Caucasus, Karachayevo-Cherkessk Republic

Male Headdress Designed like a Helmet and Covered with Sogdian Silk Silk, linen, wood, leather; H. 50 cm Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 8th-9th century Moshchevaya Balka Burial Ground, North-western Caucasus, Moshchevaya Balka (gorge), Karachayevo-Cherkessk Republic Russia Source of Entry: State Museum of Ethnography of Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad. 1935

Caftan Date: ca. 8th century A.D. Geography: Caucasus region Medium: Silk, linen, fur Dimensions: L. 56 in. (142. 2 cm) Accession Number: 1996.78.1 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Child's Tunic. Date: 5th–9th century. Geography: Egypt. Culture: Coptic. Medium: Wool, linen; plain weave. Classification: Textiles. Credit Line: Purchase by subscription, 1889. Accession Number: 89.18.317

Jerkin (front view) Date: early 17th century Culture: European Medium: silk, jute Accession Number: 35.98.2

This coat is from the Moschevaya Balka finds of the 8-9th century (North Caucasus). They are identified as Alanic. It is in the Hermitage.

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We'd wear that Viking

16th Century Italian linen Shirt with silk and metal thread embroider and lace. Accession Number 10.124.2 MET

Tassel Date: late 16th–early 17th century Culture: French Medium: Silk Dimensions: L. 6 1/2 inches 16.5 cm

Caftan from 16th century (National Museum of Art, Bucarest)

Change the embroidery and colors and it is a great celtic garb pattern! Kenna's Closet: A 9th Century Viking Caftan