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axe sheaths of wood

We have updated our article about wooden axe sheaths.

"The vikings did like ritually killing kshield bosses also, piercing them with spears and chopping them up with axes or swords. The other weapons from the same burial fit the holes, verifying their use in the destruction. @Kulturhistorisk"

"The vikings did like ritually killing kshield bosses also, piercing them with spears and chopping them up with axes or swords. The other weapons from the same burial fit the holes, verifying their use in the destruction. @Kulturhistorisk"

Pattern drawing of the Skjoldehamn trousers by Marc Carlson based on an original in GUtorm Gjessing, "Skjoldehamndrakten, en Senmiddelaldersk Nordnorsk Mannsdrakt"

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages -- Hose/Trousers -- Skjoldehamn A "bog-find" that has been Radiocarbon dated to about CE. These appear to be a draw-string design. The "trim" is woven into the material of the leg.

Képtalálat a következőre: „oseberg iron”

At the center of the shield was a domed iron boss, which protected the hand. A century shield boss found at Hemla in south Iceland

The figure holding the sword behind the king is of particular interest. I think they are in a chemise which are sometimes described in writings of the time as side laced such that skin is seen. The waist looks extra long and gathered with a center gore and side gores which look gathered in. Great detail! Manuscript: Walters W.30 Gloss on Lamentations of Jeremiah Folio 03r Dating: 1150-1200 From: Austria (exact location unknown) Holding Institution: Walters Art Museum

The figure holding the sword behind the king is of particular interest. I think they are in a chemise which are sometimes described in writings of the time as side laced such that skin is seen. The waist looks extra long and gathered with a center gore and side gores which look gathered in. Great detail! Manuscript: Walters W.30 Gloss on Lamentations of Jeremiah Folio 03r Dating: 1150-1200 From: Austria (exact location unknown) Holding Institution: Walters Art Museum

Knights of the House of Eorl, Robbie McSweeney on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/1ra5e

Knights of the House of Eorl, Robbie McSweeney on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/1ra5e

Full-length photograph of the Guddal shirt (skjorte), Norway ca. 1035- 1165 CE. Museum : Universitetsmuseet i Bergen,  InventoryNo : 030992,  Motif : Guddal-drakten, BRM 31/2. Forsida. Vrangen. (Kors.BRM.31/5),  Photographer : Ann-Mari Olsen.

Full-length photograph of the Guddal shirt (skjorte), Norway ca. Museum : Universitetsmuseet i Bergen, InventoryNo : Motif : Guddal-drakten, BRM Forsida.