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Revision as of 15:10, 25 January 2018

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W Women

WE Women - English

Christian Woman AD793‑1215 Following the rules of the church, her hair is covered by a wimple worn atop a wrap over cloak. Her woollen clothing is undyed. This look can be worn at any Regia event.

Christian Woman AD793‑1215
Following the rules of the church, her hair is covered by a wimple worn atop a wrap over cloak. Her woollen clothing is undyed. This look can be worn at any Regia event.
Louise

Alan Tidy

WE0001

English Thegnly Woman AD900‑1179 A wealthy woman wearing a veil over her woollen mantle. Under this she wears a woollen dress cut slightly short in the arm and skirt to expose a little of the linen undershift beneath.

English Thegnly Woman AD900‑1179
A wealthy woman wearing a veil over her woollen mantle. Under this she wears a woollen dress cut slightly short in the arm and skirt to expose a little of the linen undershift beneath.
Kat

Alan Tidy

WE0002

English Ceorl AD793‑899 The woman is wearing an open palla whilst the man wears a simple madder dyed tunic and carries a seax.

English Ceorl AD793‑899
The woman is wearing an open palla whilst the man wears a simple madder dyed tunic and carries a seax.
Richard & Liz

WE0004

Closed Palla AD793‑899

Closed Palla AD793‑899
Louise

WE0006

Norman Lady AD1042‑1179

Norman Lady AD1042‑1179
Sarah

WE0007

Angevin Lady AD1179‑1215

Angevin Lady AD1179‑1215
Kat

WE0008

Angevin Lady AD1179‑1215

Angevin Lady AD1179‑1215
Kat

WE0009

WV Women - Viking

Viking Bondi AD793‑979 She is wearing a yellow hangerock with type P37 oval brooches, gilded in gold. For warmth she has a long coat, closed by a single trefoil brooch and her hair is gathered up and covered with a simple cap.

Viking Bondi AD793‑979
She is wearing a yellow hangerock with type P37 oval brooches, gilded in gold. For warmth she has a long coat, closed by a single trefoil brooch and her hair is gathered up and covered with a simple cap.
Catherine

WV0003

Viking Bondi AD793‑979 She wears a full oval brooch set, hangerock, shawl and back train.

Viking Bondi AD793‑979
She wears a full oval brooch set, hangerock, shawl and back train.
Louise

WV0005

Viking AD793-980

Viking AD793-980
Helen

WV0006

Hiberno Norse Woman AD793-980

Hiberno Norse Woman AD793-980
Louise

WV0008

Gotland Viking AD793-980

Gotland Viking AD793-980
Alicia

WV0009

Gotland Viking AD793-980

Gotland Viking AD793-980
Alicia

WV0010

WC Women - Carolingian

Carolingian AD793-980

Carolingian AD793-980
Louise

WC0001

WH Women - Hiberno (Irish & Scots)

WN Women - Nuns

Nun AD793‑1215 A 'mynecen' or a nun living in a convent - following the Rule of St Benedict. Dark wool dress and veil, white underdress and wimple.

Nun AD793‑1215
A 'mynecen' or a nun living in a convent - following the Rule of St Benedict. Dark wool dress and veil, white underdress and wimple.
Jane

WN0001

Nun

Nun
Jane

WN0002

M Men

ME Men - English

Freeman AD793‑1215 An educated freeman of some wealth as shown by the colours of his clothing. He wears the common short everyday cloak. This look can be worn at any Regia event.

Freeman AD793‑1215
An educated freeman of some wealth as shown by the colours of his clothing. He wears the common short everyday cloak. This look can be worn at any Regia event.
Gary

ME0001

Freeman AD793‑1180 A free man dressed in an undyed tunic. His hood and leg bindings are however more colourful having been dyed with weld.

Freeman AD793‑1180
A free man dressed in an undyed tunic. His hood and leg bindings are however more colourful having been dyed with weld.
Malcolm

ME0002

English Thegn AD793‑1180 This Lord wears a madder dyed tunic and cloak. The neck and cuffs of his tunic are decorated in tablet weave and his cloak is closed with a large disc brooch.

English Thegn AD793‑1180
This Lord wears a madder dyed tunic and cloak. The neck and cuffs of his tunic are decorated in tablet weave and his cloak is closed with a large disc brooch.
Pat

ME0003

Freeman AD793‑1180 This freeman wears a yellow linen shirt with a V-neck opening. In addition he carries a war-knife, known as a seax, in a sheath suspended from his belt and leg bindings around his lower legs.

Freeman AD793‑1180
This freeman wears a yellow linen shirt with a V-neck opening. In addition he carries a war-knife, known as a seax, in a sheath suspended from his belt and leg bindings around his lower legs.
Mike

ME0004

Anglo‑Dane Knife Maker AD930‑979 His madder dyed tunic is embroidered in the Viking Jelling style. On his belt and in his hand are English seaxes with tooled leather sheaths.

Anglo‑Dane Knife Maker AD930‑979
His madder dyed tunic is embroidered in the Viking Jelling style. On his belt and in his hand are English seaxes with tooled leather sheaths.
Ted

ME0005

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Gav

ME0006

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Tom

ME0007

Square Neck AD980‑1078 Square keyhole neck-holes are popular in England and Denmark during the C11th. This example is highly embroidered in Winchester style decoration and would have been worn by a lord.

Square Neck AD980‑1078
Square keyhole neck-holes are popular in England and Denmark during the C11th. This example is highly embroidered in Winchester style decoration and would have been worn by a lord.
by Bekka Griffiths

ME0008

MV Men - Viking

MC Men - Carolingian

Frisian AD793‑899 He wears distinctive Frisian fashion, a 'pill box' hat, buckled leather garter straps and a 'pallia fresonica' or Frisian cloak.

Frisian AD793‑899
He wears distinctive Frisian fashion, a 'pill box' hat, buckled leather garter straps and a 'pallia fresonica' or Frisian cloak.
Gary (AT)

MC0001

Carolingian Tunic and hat

Carolingian Tunic and hat
Gav (LA)

MC0002

MH Men - Hiberno (Irish & Scots)

MP Men - Priests

Acolyte AD793‑1215 Worn by acolytes, thurifers and other functionaries across all of Regia's periods.

Acolyte AD793‑1215
Worn by acolytes, thurifers and other functionaries across all of Regia's periods.
Martin

Alan Tidy

MC0001

Bishop AD793‑1041 Dressed in 'choir' robes. A stole is worn over both shoulders - in the priestly manner. The pectoral cross and ring are the marks of a bishop.

Bishop AD793‑1041
Dressed in 'choir' robes. A stole is worn over both shoulders - in the priestly manner. The pectoral cross and ring are the marks of a bishop.
Martin

Alan Tidy

MC0002

Cistercian Monk

Cistercian Monk
Martin

Alan Tidy

MC0003

Deacon AD793‑980 Robed for Mass, in alb, stole (over right shoulder) and dalmatic. The tassels on the dalmatic go out of fashion at the end of the C10th.

Deacon AD793‑980
Robed for Mass, in alb, stole (over right shoulder) and dalmatic. The tassels on the dalmatic go out of fashion at the end of the C10th.
Martin

Alan Tidy

MC0004

C Warriors

CE Warriors - English

Fyrdman AD793‑1179 Every 5 hides of land have to supply a part-time warrior when called upon by the King. The warrior must be adequately equipped with a minimum of a spear, short arm and shield.

Fyrdman AD793‑1179
Every 5 hides of land have to supply a part-time warrior when called upon by the King. The warrior must be adequately equipped with a minimum of a spear, short arm and shield.
Michael

CE0001

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Tom

CE0002

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Greg

CE0003

English Thegn AD793‑979 A rich English warrior wearing a Coppergate style helmet and a mail shirt. He is armed with a sword, seax and spear and carries a lenticular shaped shield.

English Thegn AD793‑979
A rich English warrior wearing a Coppergate style helmet and a mail shirt. He is armed with a sword, seax and spear and carries a lenticular shaped shield.
Paul

CE0004

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Dan

CE0005

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Steve

CE0006

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Roger

CE0007

CV Warriors - Viking

Viking Warrior

Viking Warrior
Gav

CV0001

Wearing a military lined and decorated wrap-around jacket, pinned at the hip by a ringed pin. These 'warrior jackets' are adopted from the mounted warriors from Eastern Europe. He carries a single-edged sword, typical of Norwegian Vikings

Wearing a military lined and decorated wrap-around jacket, pinned at the hip by a ringed pin. These 'warrior jackets' are adopted from the mounted warriors from Eastern Europe. He carries a single-edged sword, typical of Norwegian Vikings
Dave

CV0002

Viking Warrior AD793‑979 Viking warrior in a spectacle helm and warrior coat. He has a Petersen type 'C' sword and a leaf shaped spear.

Viking Warrior AD793‑979
Viking warrior in a spectacle helm and warrior coat. He has a Petersen type 'C' sword and a leaf shaped spear.
Mike

CV0003

Gotland Warrior Wearing Gotland strides

Gotland Warrior
Wearing Gotland strides
Gav

CV0004

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Mike

CV0005

Viking Warrior AD900‑979 He wears a Viking spectacle helm and mail armour. He fights with an axe and carries an tri-lobe sword on a baldric.

Viking Warrior AD900‑979
He wears a Viking spectacle helm and mail armour. He fights with an axe and carries an tri-lobe sword on a baldric.
Gav

CV0006

CC Warriors - Carolingian

Carolingian Warrior

Carolingian Warrior
Gav

CC0001

CH Warriors - Hiberno

A Accessories

AH Accessories - Head Coverings

Veil

Veil

AH0001

Wimple

Wimple

AH0002

Cap

Cap

AH0003

Viking style hair AD793‑979

Viking style hair AD793‑979

AH0004

Viking Cap AD793‑979 Viking women wearing a cap based on the finds from York, Lincoln & Dublin.

Viking Cap AD793‑979
Viking women wearing a cap based on the finds from York, Lincoln & Dublin.

AH0005

Viking Scarf AD793‑979 Viking women wearing a scarf based on the finds from Dublin.

Viking Scarf AD793‑979
Viking women wearing a scarf based on the finds from Dublin.

AH0006

Aalsum Hat AD500‑979 Similar to the 'pill box' hat but extending down the back of the neck and worn in Frisia.

Aalsum Hat AD500‑979
Similar to the 'pill box' hat but extending down the back of the neck and worn in Frisia.

AH0007

Pillbox hat AD275‑979 Pill Box hats appear in the Late Roman period are worn right up to the mid 10th Century, especially in Frisia.

Pillbox hat AD275‑979
Pill Box hats appear in the Late Roman period are worn right up to the mid 10th Century, especially in Frisia.
by Liz Daborn

AH0008

AB Accessories - Belts

Bone fittings

Bone fittings
by Roland Williamson

AB0001

AM Accessories - Mittens

Woven Cloth Mittens

Woven Cloth Mittens
by Louise Archer

AM0001

AK Accessories - Socks

Woven Cloth Sock

Woven Cloth Sock
by Louise Archer

AK0001

Naalbound Sock

Naalbound Sock
by Louise Archer

AK0002

Naalbound Sock

Naalbound Sock
by Carole Tidy

AK0003

Leg Bindings AD793‑1180 Many men wear leg bindings wrapped around their lower legs. They average 9cm wide, have a natural selvage and are primarily woven in a twill to give them more stretch.

Leg Bindings AD793‑1180
Many men wear leg bindings wrapped around their lower legs. They average 9cm wide, have a natural selvage and are primarily woven in a twill to give them more stretch.
by Liz Daborn

AK0004

AS Accessories - Shoes

Shoe AD850‑1050 Simple slip on shoes like these have been found in England, Ireland and Denmark.

Shoe AD850‑1050
Simple slip on shoes like these have been found in England, Ireland and Denmark.
by Ana Deissler

AS0001

Toggled Boot AD850‑1050 Simple low ankle boots like these were common in England, Frisia and France.

Toggled Boot AD850‑1050
Simple low ankle boots like these were common in England, Frisia and France.
by Ana Deissler

AS0002

AC Accessories - Combs

Double‑sided Comb AD680‑979 Used in England, France, Frisia and Germany. Made of Red deer antler and fixed with iron rivets.

Double‑sided Comb AD680‑979
Used in England, France, Frisia and Germany. Made of Red deer antler and fixed with iron rivets.
by Roland Williamson

AC0001

Handled Antler Comb AD700‑1100 Used in England, France and Frisia. Made of Red deer antler and fixed with iron rivets.

Handled Antler Comb AD700‑1100
Used in England, France and Frisia. Made of Red deer antler and fixed with iron rivets.
by Gavin Archer

AC0002

Antler Comb AD900‑1020 Commonly used in all of Northern Europe. Made of Red deer antler and fixed with iron rivets.

Antler Comb AD900‑1020
Commonly used in all of Northern Europe. Made of Red deer antler and fixed with iron rivets.
by Gavin Archer

AC0003

J Jewellery

JD Jewellery - Disc Brooches

Trewhiddle Brooch AD840‑910 A large silver brooch worn by both English men and women and decorated in the Trewhiddle art style.

Trewhiddle Brooch AD840‑910
A large silver brooch worn by both English men and women and decorated in the Trewhiddle art style.
by Roland Williamson

JD0001

Urnes Brooch

Urnes Brooch
by Druid

JD0002

Cloisonne Brooch

Cloisonne Brooch
by John Shulver

JD0003

Square Mammen Brooch

Square Mammen Brooch
by Roland Williamson

JD0004

JF Jewellery - Finger Rings

Trewhiddle Ring AD840‑910 A silver finger ring with Trewhiddle style decoration and black niello.

Trewhiddle Ring AD840‑910
A silver finger ring with Trewhiddle style decoration and black niello.
by Roland Williamson

JF0001

E Weapons

ES Weapons - Swords

EA Weapons - Axes

EP Weapons - Spears

EX Weapons - Seaxes & Viking Knives

Blunt combat seax

Blunt combat seax

EX0001

Seax Type III/II AD850‑1150 Seax Blades vary in length from between 7 to 11. Sheaths are usually decorated in Winchester styles and simple knot work, applied by tooling.

Seax Type III/II AD850‑1150
Seax Blades vary in length from between 7 to 11. Sheaths are usually decorated in Winchester styles and simple knot work, applied by tooling.
by Ted Jones

EX0002

EL Weapons - Langseaxes

EC Weapons - Maces

EM Weapons - Bows & Arrows

U Armour

US Armour - Shields

UH Armour - Helms

UM Armour - Mail

UG Armour - Gloves

I Wic Items

IT Wic Tents

IB Wic Benches

IS Wic Spoons

Bone Spoon AD793‑1215 Made from the long bones of cattle and horses, bone spoons are used throughout Regia’s period.

Bone Spoon AD793‑1215
Made from the long bones of cattle and horses, bone spoons are used throughout Regia’s period.
by Roland Williamson

IS0001

T Tools

TK Tools Knives