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11th century Lituania. Dark blue wool with copper buttons and loops of spiral wire rings.Tablet woven ribbons.

11th century Lituania. Dark blue wool with copper buttons and loops of spiral wire rings.Tablet woven ribbons.

Хазарский каганат и Волжская Булгария | VK

Хазарский каганат и Волжская Булгария | VK

Showcase from the exhibition " Treasures of the Kuban" in the Museum of…

Showcase from the exhibition " Treasures of the Kuban" in the Museum of…

Note the fabric trim down the inside edges of this open-fronted apron dress.

Note the fabric trim down the inside edges of this open-fronted apron dress.

Documentation for Lampworked Bead Necklace (Viking Style) by Lady Arganhell merch Briauc

Documentation for Lampworked Bead Necklace (Viking Style) by Lady Arganhell merch Briauc

Necklace of beads and pentants Glass, bronze, gilded and silver The two bronze pendants shows the image of an animal or mythological creature. The silver pendant is originally an Arabic coin from the Caliphate. Found: Folkeslunda, Långlöt, Öland, Sweden Swedish History Museum, Stockholm

Necklace of beads and pentants Glass, bronze, gilded and silver The two bronze pendants shows the image of an animal or mythological creature. The silver pendant is originally an Arabic coin from the Caliphate. Found: Folkeslunda, Långlöt, Öland, Sweden Swedish History Museum, Stockholm

“Viking Age traders prized beautiful beads, which could be sold in Scandinavia for very high prices. Ibn Fadlan, and Arabic envoy who encountered Norsemen on the Volga, early in the 10th century, wrote that they would pay as much as one dirhem (an Arabic silver coin) for one single bead. These beads were most likely made of carnelian or rock crystal, semi-precious stones which are mainly found in the Caucasus and the area around the Black Sea.”

“Viking Age traders prized beautiful beads, which could be sold in Scandinavia for very high prices. Ibn Fadlan, and Arabic envoy who encountered Norsemen on the Volga, early in the 10th century, wrote that they would pay as much as one dirhem (an Arabic silver coin) for one single bead. These beads were most likely made of carnelian or rock crystal, semi-precious stones which are mainly found in the Caucasus and the area around the Black Sea.”

Amber Necklace with bronze beads. Viking age.

Amber Necklace with bronze beads. Viking age.

Beads! 12th-13th C. Russian

Beads! 12th-13th C. Russian

Small Lunula Pendant, Silver

Small Lunula Pendant, Silver