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General reconstruction notes: The costume was based almost entirely on archaeological finds from Scandinavia and 'Varangian' settlements in Russia. All seams were hand sewn, the types of seams used are those known from surviving Viking Age garments and fragments (Fentz 1987a; Hägg 1974; Hald 1980; Walton 1989). Fabrics and threads of natural fibre (silk, wool or linen) were chosen to match the archaeological finds as best as possible. Metal items were made by cire perdue casting (from wax…

Rus Trader Costume Not sure a trader would have worn red as it was a very expensive colour, but it's still a lovely costume.

A Rus trader hitting on the lonely lady of the house. Both of them are rather "blinged" out, but it looks super pretty and is not really un-authentic. Just ... err ... creative :)

love the striped wool that is more common in eastern Viking european creations.

Viking man clothing: replica of Gnezdovo. Weaving, sewing and block printing by hands. Crafter is Kovaleva Alina (craftroom is "Скупая Хель")

Rus/Viking man clothing: replica of Gnezdovo. Weaving, sewing and block printing by hands. Crafter is Kovaleva Alina (craftroom is "Скупая Хель")

Medieval Slavic costume of Ancient Russia: Krivichi?

Medieval Slavic costume of Ancient Rus: Krivichi?

Guerrero ruso, siglo X. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

The ancient Russian warriors. The second half of X century. Reconstruction based on Gnezdovo burial Smolensk region.

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