Monica Hovdan
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Viking age soapstone cauldron, Uppland. Round-bottomed vessels of soapstone; partially reconstructed. Hank and Hank mounts of iron.  In the Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Viking age soapstone cauldron, Uppland. Round-bottomed vessels of soapstone; partially reconstructed. Hank and Hank mounts of iron. In the Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Cauldron fragments from Graves 879 and 543 at Birka.

Cauldron fragments from Graves 879 and 543 at Birka.

Hanging vessel from the Viking age. Soap stone and iron. Grave find Björkö, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Hanging vessel from the Viking age. Soap stone and iron. Grave find Björkö, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

This person has come up with a similar idea to my self.  Recreation of the Pskov dress.  By a reader of my blog.

This person has come up with a similar idea to my self. Recreation of the Pskov dress. By a reader of my blog.

Another Pskov interpretation

Another Pskov interpretation

Фотография

Фотография

Чуваши Tschuwasch (Russia)

Чуваши Tschuwasch (Russia)

Moschevaya balka female clothes

Moschevaya balka female clothes

The Moshchevaya Balka Burial 8-9th Century. Circassian Mens Medieval Caftan Tunic Rus Slavic Varangian

The Moshchevaya Balka Burial 8-9th Century. Circassian Mens Medieval Caftan Tunic Rus Slavic Varangian

tunic (child's) Accession Number T.8549 Creation Date 800-999 Egypt Material wool Description Child's tunic made from eleven pieces of blue cloth (probably three different fabrics). Side gores and sewn on sleeves. The neck opening and sleeves are trimmed with applied bands with geometric (zigzag) decoration in white linen and coloured wools on a red wool ground. Evidence of 'seating' suggests a remake from an adult tunic. Whitworth Museum, Univ of Manchester

tunic (child's) Accession Number T.8549 Creation Date 800-999 Egypt Material wool Description Child's tunic made from eleven pieces of blue cloth (probably three different fabrics). Side gores and sewn on sleeves. The neck opening and sleeves are trimmed with applied bands with geometric (zigzag) decoration in white linen and coloured wools on a red wool ground. Evidence of 'seating' suggests a remake from an adult tunic. Whitworth Museum, Univ of Manchester