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Members of the Dark Ages Re-creation Company undertake an experiment with a charcoal fired glass bead furnace, based on the archaeology of Viking Age Ribe, Denmark. The furnace was built by Neil Peterson, and one method of working with glass tesseri (tile

Viking Age Glass Bead Making

Members of the Dark Ages Re-creation Company undertake an experiment with a charcoal fired glass bead furnace, based on the archaeology of Viking Age Ribe, Denmark. The furnace was built by Neil Peterson, and one method of working with glass tesseri (tile

Necklace with glass pearls / beads, from the Viking age. Found in Sogndal, Western Norway. Exhibited at Bergen museum.

Necklace with glass pearls / beads, from the Viking age. Found in Sogndal, Western Norway. Exhibited at Bergen museum.

Board game pieces - From the Viking town Birka, Sweden. (8th-10th century)

These expensive Viking age glass game pieces belonged to a rich family in Birka, Sweden.

Viking food: Cooking leiv at the hearth

Cooking leiv, the staple Viking bread, on the hearth at the Viking longhouse at Stiklastadir, Trøndelag, Norway.

Haithabu - separate front apron, can't tell if apron dress underneath is all sewn up or not. You would need a belt of some kind to prevent the small front apron from falling forward into the fire.

Haithabu - separate front apron, can't tell if apron dress underneath is all sewn up or not. You would need a belt of some kind to prevent the small front apron from falling forward into the fire.

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