Caftan (Coat) Covered with Syrian Silk Showing Senmurvs (Fabulous Monsters) Silk, fur; L. 140 cm Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 9th century Moshchevaya Balka Burial Ground, North-western Caucasus, Karachayevo-Cherkessk Republic
Róg z Wiślicy. Horn from Wislica, with the multitude of faces, presumably deities
References to Painted Shields "Norse-Icelandic literature mentions shield paintings which inspired Bragi, a ninth century Norwegian Poet. The Story of Thor's fishing expedition is reputed to have been painted on shields and carved in the Halls of Iceland. - Leather and wood decoration may not be unusual on shields. Painting on the front of the board may well have served the dual function of decoration and identification. However, painting is extremely difficult to prove in the…
"Skjoldehamn Over Tunic" This is a reconstruction of tunics found in the marsh Skjoldehamn on the Norwegian island of Angoya. Initially rated that comes with XIII or XIV century, but subsequent carbon dating has allowed with high accuracy wydatowac it to the Viking era (probably 970-1050). Made of hand-sewn wool. Tunic has 4 wedges built into the back part so as not to hinder movement.
старорусская свита 10-13 век Medieval Russian Svita of the 10-13th C
Medieval Russian Clothing | Medieval Russian Clothing / Мал. 2. Російський ... Rus riding coat. 12th century?
Seax and Sword make a nice matched pair
Old Norse Art
This coat is from the Moschevaya Balka finds of the 8-9th century (North Caucasus). They are identified as Alanic. It is in the Hermitage.
Manuscript Morgan M.429 Huelgas Apocalypse Folio 128r Dating 1220 From Toledo, Spain Holding Institution Morgan Library