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Oseberg. Watercolour of silk embroidery. Much enlarged. After drawing by Sofie Kraft.

Oseberg. Watercolour of silk embroidery. Much enlarged. After drawing by Sofie Kraft.

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Shaggy fabric. "Scrap of shaggy pile vaðmál, in which coarse locks of wool, röggvar, are woven into the fabric. Pile-woven cloaks, röggvarfeldir, were an export commidity in the early Middle Ages, 11th or 12th century."latestresearch - zoemcdonell

Shaggy fabric. "Scrap of shaggy pile vaðmál, in which coarse locks of wool, röggvar, are woven into the fabric. Pile-woven cloaks, röggvarfeldir, were an export commidity in the early Middle Ages, 11th or 12th century."latestresearch - zoemcdonell

Acanthus Vine on Viking clothing.  A relatively narrow band of curving vines and three-lobed leaves. These motifs are entirely filled in. The photographs show a very pale (white?) outline, medium tones filling in the leaves, and a darker color for the "bars" at the base of the leaves. The museum reconstruction has dark blue "bars", a white outline elsewhere, leaves and vines filled with gold, with the "extra leaf" (see the diagram) alternating between light blue, gold, and orange.

Acanthus Vine on Viking clothing. A relatively narrow band of curving vines and three-lobed leaves. These motifs are entirely filled in. The photographs show a very pale (white?) outline, medium tones filling in the leaves, and a darker color for the "bars" at the base of the leaves. The museum reconstruction has dark blue "bars", a white outline elsewhere, leaves and vines filled with gold, with the "extra leaf" (see the diagram) alternating between light blue, gold, and orange.

Embroidery from the Tenth Century Viking Grave at Mammen, Denmark. Additional info at http://www.heatherrosejones.com/mammen/index.html

Embroidery from the Tenth Century Viking Grave at Mammen, Denmark. Additional info at http://www.heatherrosejones.com/mammen/index.html

Oseberg Textiles - sample of weaves found. Kulturhistorisk museum, Oslo

Oseberg Textiles - sample of weaves found. Kulturhistorisk museum, Oslo

Oseberg textile - No. 2 sample of weaves found. Kulturhistorisk museum, Oslo.

Oseberg textile - No. 2 sample of weaves found. Kulturhistorisk museum, Oslo.

A second fragment of patterned, woollen textile from Hauge, Rolvsøy. Page 29 describes it as being coloured red and white. Image from: A.W.Brøgger. 1920-21 "Rolvsøyætten. Et arkeologisk bidrag til vikingetidens historie" _Bergens Museums Aarbok_;1-42 https://archive.org/details/bergensmuseumsa192021berg

A second fragment of patterned, woollen textile from Hauge, Rolvsøy. Page 29 describes it as being coloured red and white. Image from: A.W.Brøgger. 1920-21 "Rolvsøyætten. Et arkeologisk bidrag til vikingetidens historie" _Bergens Museums Aarbok_;1-42 https://archive.org/details/bergensmuseumsa192021berg

Woven textile found in the Oseberg boat mound grave in the county of Vestfold, Norway. Dates to 834 C.E. Photograph from Saamiblog: http://saamiblog.blogspot.com/

Woven textile found in the Oseberg boat mound grave in the county of Vestfold, Norway. Dates to 834 C.E. Photograph from Saamiblog: http://saamiblog.blogspot.com/

Remains of the cloak or blanket from Guddal, Norway. Museum : Universitetsmuseet i Bergen,  InventoryNo : 031001,  Motif : Guddal-drakten, BRM 31/3. Løvlid, quoting Vedeler, says that the finds are dated 1035- 1165 CE in "Skjoldehamnfunnet i lys av ny kunnskap".

Remains of the cloak or blanket from Guddal, Norway. Museum : Universitetsmuseet i Bergen, InventoryNo : 031001, Motif : Guddal-drakten, BRM 31/3. Løvlid, quoting Vedeler, says that the finds are dated 1035- 1165 CE in "Skjoldehamnfunnet i lys av ny kunnskap".