Gallery:Very Early - Women

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

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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

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