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Vevd teppe funnet i gravfunnene på Rolvsøy Tuneskipet. Embroidery found in the grave close to the vikingship at Tune

Vevd teppe funnet i gravfunnene på Rolvsøy Tuneskipet. Embroidery found in the grave close to the vikingship at Tune

Tapestry from a chamber grave from ca 900 ad at Haugen farm, Rolvsøy, Østfold, Norway.

Tapestry from a chamber grave from ca 900 ad at Haugen farm, Rolvsøy, Østfold, Norway.

Fennoscandia Archaeologica - Indexed by EIJASR  Fennoscandia archaeologica published by The Archaeological Society of Finland. The aim of this publication is to encourage discussion within the discipline and to improve the standard of archaeological research by contacts on the interdisciplinary and international levels. Fennoscandia archaeologica has been published annually since 1984.  For more details visit :  http://www.eijasr.com/indexing-journals/711/Fennoscandia-Archaeologica.html

Fennoscandia Archaeologica - Indexed by EIJASR Fennoscandia archaeologica published by The Archaeological Society of Finland. The aim of this publication is to encourage discussion within the discipline and to improve the standard of archaeological research by contacts on the interdisciplinary and international levels. Fennoscandia archaeologica has been published annually since 1984. For more details visit : http://www.eijasr.com/indexing-journals/711/Fennoscandia-Archaeologica.html

The Oseberg tapestry: A scene of human sacrifice? This is the entire tapestry with the imagery perceivable after restoration – in itself amazing since textile tends to rot away after 1200 years (the tapestry was buried with the two women - who had either made or owned it - in the splendid ship funeral of Oseberg (“Asa bergr” = The Mound of the Gods) in Norway, 834 AD. The ship was full of ritual  artifacts and the women appear to have been priestesses or völur of very high standing.

The Oseberg tapestry: A scene of human sacrifice? This is the entire tapestry with the imagery perceivable after restoration – in itself amazing since textile tends to rot away after 1200 years (the tapestry was buried with the two women - who had either made or owned it - in the splendid ship funeral of Oseberg (“Asa bergr” = The Mound of the Gods) in Norway, 834 AD. The ship was full of ritual artifacts and the women appear to have been priestesses or völur of very high standing.

Norge, Østfold, Rolvsøy, Haugen

Norge, Østfold, Rolvsøy, Haugen

Headgear with hornes (2). Oseberg tapestry.

Headgear with hornes (2). Oseberg tapestry.

Mammen Style

Mammen Style

Osebergfunnet IV, veveteknikker

Osebergfunnet IV, veveteknikker

Subject:      Oseberg carpet  History:      Produksjon: 0849 (ca.)  Norsk Folkmuseum

Subject: Oseberg carpet History: Produksjon: 0849 (ca.) Norsk Folkmuseum

Absolutely beautiful reconstructions of period embroidery. Use the "translate" button to read:)

Absolutely beautiful reconstructions of period embroidery. Use the "translate" button to read:)

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