i love this photo of a Celtic woman. They were fierce and just as capable as men in daily living. they wore long ankle length tunics (or dresses) cinched at the waist with a belt, some with longs sleeves, some without. Cloaks usually pinned with a brooch. They loved bright colors and had dyes in almost every shade. Plaids patterns were common
When it comes to history, circa 5th century BC, the Greeks considered the Celts (Keltoi) as one of the four great ‘barbarian’ people - with their independent realms extending all the way from the Iberian peninsula to the frontiers of the upper Danube, encompassing large swathes of Western and
Viking colorful clothes The Vikings used strong color to make their clothes, shields, ships, and other equipment. Many of the Vikings dyed their clothes and decorated inside their clothes with patterns and adornments. They did this to highlight their high socials status.