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Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum

Axe Iron Grens, Vallstena, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 12224:3

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum

Axe Iron Grave find, Medebys, Vallstena, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 10196

Emboidery on a dress, based on textile embroidered fragment from Birka grave 735. By Tríona NíErc

Kobolds Kerkerbastelei

I love to work with Tenntråd and I love to make viking age posaments. I try to get as close to the appearance of the remnant pieces as I can. But still there was the problem of the material. Tenntråd is lovely to work with, but it is a relativly modern material. The Sami people fabricate it and work with it in their traditional craft, making beautiful embroideries and braided bracelets and necklaces. The material at the Birka burials isn't Tenntråd, though. According to A. Geijer the spiral…

Birkagrav Bj 834 – en Völvegrav

Hej, det här blev ett långt inlägg om denna spännande grav. Jag fortsätter på samma inlägg imorgon. Behöver läsa på lite :)… Har uppdaterat under dagen idag. Är fortfarande lite frågetecken. …

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Anglo Saxon Lyres

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Oberflacht 31 drawing  An Alamannic Lyre, a highly interesting and important document of the history of music, has been discovered - so far as is known the first time ever - in 1810 in a cemetery of the 7th century at Oberflacht (near Tuttlingen in Southern Germany) and has been left unnoticed.

Oberflacht 31 drawing An Alamannic Lyre, a highly interesting and important document of the history of music, has been discovered - so far as is known the first time ever - in 1810 in a cemetery of the 7th century at Oberflacht (near Tuttlingen in Southern Germany) and has been left unnoticed.

Trossingen grave 58 Reverse view of the Trossinger lyre (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner)

Trossingen grave 58 Reverse view of the Trossinger lyre (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner)

Trossingen grave 58 Front of the Trossinger lyre  (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner)

Trossingen grave 58 Front of the Trossinger lyre (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner)

Trossingen grave 58 The front of the fully decorated lyre carries a scene of two groups of warriors on both sides of a sported lance. (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner)

Trossingen grave 58 The front of the fully decorated lyre carries a scene of two groups of warriors on both sides of a sported lance. (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner)

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A Viking Guitar: Anglo Saxon Lyre

Over the last years I have been reviving some of my old passions and pursuing new interests that crossed my path. Like re-enactment and the Minion Press. Another one is the Anglo Saxon Lyre… …

Cael's Gotland Lyre

Cael's Gotland Lyre

Cael's Gotland Lyre

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How to Make a Talharpa (Viking Instrument) : 21 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

How to Make a Talharpa (Viking Instrument)

How to Make a Talharpa (Viking Instrument): Would you usually be sitting comfortably in your couch, when some savage Viking vibes hit you? Well, it happened to me. After some research about their music, I found out about a thing called 'Talharpa', sometimes also called Taglharpa, Stråkharpa, …

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century) - Imgur

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century)

1731 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century)

1731 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century) - Imgur

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century)

1731 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century) - Imgur

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century)

1731 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century) - Imgur

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century)

1731 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century) - Imgur

Building a viking "Kravik Lyre" (13th century)

1731 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Sausage Bags

Hand made medieval tudor and stuart leatherwork. I make historically accurate Medieval, Tudor and Stuart leatherwork for re-enactment, museums, theatre and the heritage industry. All my work is made by hand using only the materials and techniques available to the craftsmen of the time. I only use leathers that were commonly available and dye and dress them myself using period recipes. Everything is hand sewn and all the designs are taken from surviving examples or from paintings and prints.