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Reproduction of Bronze Age costume from Hvidegård, following the theory that the one preserved textile fragment origins from a wrap around garment and not a "blouse" according to Lomborg's theory. By Ø. Engedal. www.arkeoreplika.no, www.bronsereplika.no

Museum quality reproduction of Bronze Age costume, male. Clothing based on those from Danish oak coffins. Textile, bronze and leather by Ø.

The Egtved girl. © Fossøy

Female cosutem from de Scandinavian Bronze Age. Based on the clothing found in the Egtved burial in Denmark.

A male garment from early Scandinavian Bronze Age. Drawn after the textiles found in the bruial mound Muldbjerg.

A male garment from the early Scandinavian Bronze Age. Drawn after the textiles found in the bruial mound Muldbjerg, Denmark.

The Egtved Girl. Aged 16–18 at death, she was slim, 160 cm tall (about 5 ft 3 in), had short, blond hair and well-trimmed nails.[1] Her burial has been dated by dendrochronology to 1370 BC.

The Egtved Girl, one of the best-known figures from Danish prehistory bronze age, was buried in an oak coffin in 1370 B. The picture shows a woman's grave from Egtved.

(4168) Bronze Age Costumes in North and Middle Europe | Heide W. Nørgaard - Academia.edu

Bronze Age Costumes in North and Middle Europe