A new replica of the Egtved girl's garment has been made for Lejre museum after their old (picture) was stolen. It took 215 workinghours and 1,5 km of ...
Women | Gyldendal - The Great Danish Reconstruction of Skrydstrup Girl and Egtved Girl's suits photographed on live models Nordic bronze age by caroline
The Egtved Girl (c. 1390–1370 BC) 16–18 yrs. Facts suggest that perhaps she was more independent than we normally think of women and had some sort of ...
The Egtved Girl (ca 1390-1370 BC) was a Nordic Bronze Age girl whose well-preserved remains were found outside Egtved, Denmark in 1921.
Forensic reconstruction of a Bronze Age girl from North Holland who was aged 16 to 17 when she died some time around 900 BCE. Clothing by Marije de…
Egtved dancing girl clothing reproduction. "The Egtved Girl [ˈɛɡtʋɛð] (c. 1390–1370 BC) was a Nordic Bronze Age girl whose well-preserved remains w…
1370 BC Egtvedpigen or The Egtved Girl. One summer day she was buried in an oak coffin. On the body she wore a short shirt and a knee-length skirt made of ...
Back Strap Weaving. Image by Terra Celtica, Poland. More information. More information. Man and Woman dressed in clothing of the Nordic Bronze Age
Bronze Age woman with bronze adornments from Fyn, Denmark by archaeological illustrator Flemming Bau
Egtved Girl grave. 1390–1370 BC. A Nordic Bronze Age girl whose well-preserved remains were discovered outside Egtved, Denmark in 1921.
Bronze Age Dress replica (Denmark) (1500-1100 BC). with very interesting research and construction notes.
A photo of the remains of a Bronze Age high status female found inside an oak-coffin in a monumental burial barrow at Egtved, Denmark. The Egtved Girl's ...
Museum quality reproduction of Bronze Age costume, male. Clothing based on those from Danish oak coffins. Textile, bronze and leather by Ø.
Artist impression of Manton Barrow woman. Image © Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Museum
Nordic Bronze Age (circa 1200 BC) clothing. Clothing of the Trindhøj man ( Denmark). Shockingly modern.
The Egtved Girl (c. 1390–1370 BC) 16–18 yrs. Facts suggest that perhaps she was more independent than we normally think of women and had some sort …
The Egtved Girl, found in Denmark in 1921, was a true Bronze Age traveler of high status, with a sense of fashion too
This looks to me like Mori meets Scandinavia.Knit dress in hunter green and oak brown - oak leaf trim - Oakmoss Mori Girl
This tunic is based on those found in the oak coffin mound burials at Muldbjerg and Trindhoj, Denmark. The belt is fastened with the bone ring shown below.
The Egtved Girl: The incredibly well-preserved remains of a Nordic Bronze Age girl found in a barrow in Denmark in 1921
These ancient Caucasoids were decorated with thousands of mammoth-ivory beads, originally sewn onto cloth.
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Museum quality reproduction of Bronze Age costume, female. Clothing based on those from Danish oak coffins. Cord skirt made from genuine Norwegean wild ...
Danish bronze age. See more. Reconstruction of the Huldremose Woman - Huldremose Woman, or Huldre Fen Woman, is a
The Egtved girl. The Spiked disk of a belt from an oak-coffin burial of a man at Egtved near Kolding, Denmark. Early Bronze Age (1000 BCE),
Female blouses from the Bronze Age was made by the same cut pattern. This is from Borum Eshøj near Aarhus
The most current reliable evidence strongly indicates that initial settlement of New Zealand by the Maori
Blouse of the Egtved girl at Egtved Girl Museum, near the burial mound, Photo: Einsamer Schütze – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
A reconstruction of a wealthy Mycenaean woman or priestess weaving in a palace. Minoan women wore blouses that were cut out low to expose the breasts.
The woman from Skrydstrup. A preserved oak-log coffin from the Bronze Age (about 1300 BC) was found in a burial mound on Jutland in 1935.
Bronze Age tunic, based upon the Emmer-Erscheidenveen find in the Netherlands BCE) but similar to contemporary finds in Denmark.
A male garment from the early Scandinavian Bronze Age. Drawn after the textiles found in the bruial mound Muldbjerg, Denmark.
Bronze knife whose handle is made as a female figure wearing cord skirt. Found by Itzehoe in Holstein. See also Egtved Girl and that bog body found in a ...