Archaeological reconstruction of a Selonian tribe female costume and headdress (I-IV century, Roman Period or Old Iron Age). Author of the reconstruction is archaeologist PhD Daiva Steponavičienė from PI "Vita Antiqua", Vilnius, Lithuania.   https://www.facebook.com/VitaAntiqua

Archaeological reconstruction of a Selonian tribe female costume and headdress (I-IV century, Roman Period or Old Iron Age). Archaeologist PhD Daiva Steponavičienė from PI "Vita Antiqua", Vilnius, Lithuania.

Стилизация женского костюма вятичей

городецкое гульбище/ Gorodeckoe Gulbishe, a living history event in Russia much more on this board Russian women's costumes

The green eyes match her outfit

Nordic - Celtic green embroidery and silk neck opening reverse facing with embroidery held shut with Norse circular clasp.

Medieval Slavic costume of Ancient Russia: Slovens from Novgorod

Medieval Slavic costume of Ancient Russia: Slovens from Novgorod (with somewhat finnish style pendants from temple ring)

A Slavic woman and her temple rings (this is NOT a Viking headress, as the original pinner wrote -_-;;;)

A Slavic woman and her temple rings (this is NOT a Viking headress, as the original pinner wrote -_-;

Slavic girl, wearing Novgorod Slovene temple rings (X-XII century) 10-12th century

Slavic girl, wearing Novgorod Slovene temple rings (X-XII century) THis underdress color is beautiful

Pagan women wore hair covers because it was a fashion or for purely practical reasons. Modern Christians consider religious hair coverings to be a purely Muslim custom but they are not (Corinthians 11:6). With the spread of Christianity some form of hair cover became a religious requirement for women because Christians valued modesty and the Church encouraged the use of hair covers, especially for married women. Headscarves were a popular choice and remained so until the Renaissance.

Pagan women wore hair covers because it was a fashion or for more practical reasons. Modern Christians consider religious hair coverings to be a purely Muslim custom, but they are not.

Découvrez l'histoire du châle russe de Russie traditionnel. Origines du foulard russe, de cette grande étole en pure vierge laine ou cachemire à fleurs .

Histoire de grande tradition des châles russes traditionnels d'Orenbourg

À la russe - The Russian Style - Fashion - Moda - Mode (Beauty Face Women)

Eastern Slavic costume, 10th? century, by Ekaterina Blaginyh (Екатерина Благиных). Lovely head band and scarf.

Eastern Slavic costume, century, by Ekaterina Blaginyh (Екатерина Благиных). Lovely head band and scarf.

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Rus - this is a Slavic headdress with temple rings. In several vinking graves we have found both Tortoise shell brooches and temple like rings in the upper region of the bodies.were they trade goods, gifts or traveling fashion?

Slavic(?) headwear. NOTE: Temple rings likely not worn by Norse women; those found in graves worn as earrings are by Slavic women. [Info from Feed the Ravens merchants at An Tir 12th Night 2014; https://www.etsy.com/shop/feedtheravens)
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