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Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum. Some information about pattern.

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to half of century, Vaberg Museum. Although this tunic is far too late for the Viking period its simple pattern is very useable as a Viking garment.

Herjolfsnes No. 43     clothing based mainly on finds in Greenland is composed of linen breeches, woolen hoses of interesting pattern, linen tunic, woolen cote No. 43, linen coif and woolen hood No. 76. Iron circular broche was made by our friend Martin according Greenland's original. It was not found any other material than wool so linen parts are based on other extant pieces. For example for tunic was used Bocksten's pattern. Dress is entirely hand sewn. (second half of 14th century)

Clothing based mainly on finds in Greenland: linen breeches, woolen hosen, linen tunic, woolen cote No. linen coif and woolen hood No.

Skjoldam tunic bog find from end of 14th century now situated in Skjoldam Tromso Museum

995 - 1029 AD, Tunic from Skjoldehamn, Norway, twill wool. The bog body was…

Herjolfsnes No. 45 loose garment for strong individual, probably men, end of 14th century, National Museum of Denmark, Kopenhagen

Herjolfsnes No. 45 loose garment for strong individual, probably men, end of century, National Museum of Denmark, Kopenhagen

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Herjolfsnes No. 42 probably men's relatively tight garment, late century, National Museum of Denmark, Kopenhagen

Pourpoint belonged to Charles de Blois, made from damask. France, 1st half of 14th century. Lyonne

This is a Pourpoint, which was also called a doublet or Gipon. It was a closely fitted sleeveless garment with pad in front, which was used for military dress.

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