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Latest revision as of 18:59, 26 January 2018

Gallery

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

Woven Cloth Sock

Woven Cloth Sock
by Louise Archer

AK0001

Naalbound Sock

Naalbound Sock
by Carole Tidy

AK0003

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

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

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

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

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

Straw Hat AD793-1215

Straw Hat AD793-1215
by Ian Lewis

Alison Offer

AH0010

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

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

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

MP0004

Embroidered Tunic AD900‑1079 Embroidered in a typically Christian vine scroll motif.

Embroidered Tunic AD900‑1079
Embroidered in a typically Christian vine scroll motif.
Ted

ME0012