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Manipel des Ulrich von Augsburg

Manipel des Ulrich von Augsburg

Author: Heather Jeffcott 2/18/2011 3  Figure 2:Wool trim with horsehair weft from Halstadt find, circa 800-400 BC. Pattern executed in a 3-1 broken twill weave technique. Site of find: Hallstatt, Kernverwässerungswerk mine, 1990, item on display at Museum of Natural History, V  Figure 3:  tablets and tablet woven bands. Photo taken by þeodriċ æðelfriþ aka Jeremy Sharp July 9, 2008, museum o  f origin unknown. I believe  these are pieces from the Oseberg find.

Author: Heather Jeffcott 2/18/2011 3 Figure 2:Wool trim with horsehair weft from Halstadt find, circa 800-400 BC. Pattern executed in a 3-1 broken twill weave technique. Site of find: Hallstatt, Kernverwässerungswerk mine, 1990, item on display at Museum of Natural History, V Figure 3: tablets and tablet woven bands. Photo taken by þeodriċ æðelfriþ aka Jeremy Sharp July 9, 2008, museum o f origin unknown. I believe these are pieces from the Oseberg find.

Tablet weave. Helgeland, Norway. Iron Age.

Tablet weave. Helgeland, Norway. Iron Age.

Leksand band from Historiska Museet in Stockholm.

The Leksand ribbon - Tablet woven - century Sweden. From a cloak found in a woman's grave.

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A red liturgical tunic border decorated with colored designs and yellow animals. Woven out of dyed linen and silk. Made in the late century at Calae in Merovingian Gaul. Found in the reliquary of.

Reconstruction of one of the bands, known from the Höfdi church, Reykjavik, Iceland. Marijke van Epen. In the band below the patterns are brocaded with wool in various colours. Original bands in the National Museum, Reykjavik.

Reconstruction of one of the bands, known from the Höfdi church, Reykjavik, Iceland. woven by Marijke van Epen. In the band below the patterns are brocaded with wool in various colours. Original bands in the National Museum, Reykjavik.