The main component of an early medieval Slavic costume (both Empire and at arm) consisted of a Soroskha (= shirt), both men and women. In the female costume, it was a boden-/ ankle-length underwear made ​​of linen, often with long sleeves. About a dress with the same average over a Soroskha was a Rubakha (often wool).   (German Website)

The main component of an early medieval Slavic costume (both Empire and at arm) consisted of a Soroskha (= shirt), both men and women. In the female costume, it was a boden-/ ankle-length underwear made ​​of linen, often with long sleeves. About a dress with the same average over a Soroskha was a Rubakha (often wool). (German Website)

Traditioneller Schmuck der ländlichen Bevölkerung (für Festtage)

Traditioneller Schmuck der ländlichen Bevölkerung (für Festtage)

I could do this with the blue silk I bought.

I could do this with the blue silk I bought.

Heathen Heart : Foto                                                       …

Heathen Heart : Foto …

NEU IM! Frühe mittelalterliche Mantel für die Frau, Slav, Rus, Nachstellung

Frühe mittelalterliche Mantel für die Frau, slawisch, Rus, reenactment

NEU IM! Frühe mittelalterliche Mantel für die Frau, Slav, Rus, Nachstellung

BESONDERS GÜNSTIGEN PREIS! Mens Woolen Coat "Jarl-Eric"; Gestickter Viking Kaftan; Wikinger Kostüm; Herren-Gewand

BESONDERS GÜNSTIGEN PREIS! Mens Woolen Coat "Jarl-Eric"; Gestickter Viking Kaftan; Wikinger Kostüm; Herren-Gewand

Mittelalter,Wikinger Kostüm,Slawisch,Germanen,Mens Gewand,Wikinger-kostüm,Wikinger Kleidung,Männer Mantel,Kaftan

Slavic costumes - Belarus

Slavic costumes - Belarus

Really cool headband with wire possament embellishment - and I love the temple rings too, very lovely!

Really cool headband with wire possament embellishment - and I love the temple rings too, very lovely!

.Pannband

.Pannband

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). Author of the reconstruction is archaeologist PhD Daiva Steponavičienė from PI "Vita Antiqua", Vilnius, Lithuania. https://www.facebook.com/VitaAntiqua

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