Anglo-Scandinavian Staeppescoh or Slipper "Type 1" (10th-11th Centuries) The typology is based on that used by Carlisle, although any errors in the interpretation here are likely to be mine. This one-piece-shoe from Jorvik generally resembles to the Lembecksburg Fohr Slipper. This is a turnshoe. There is no upper binding stitch, except perhaps at the instep. Sewing is most generally done with a 1 mm, or so, "thread" of leather lacing.