Irish Clothing

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Mock up of the Moy Bog Gown. The gown was found in Moy Bog, County Clare, Ireland. It has been dated to and is generally interpreted as a womens dress. Irish Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Dress, Historical Women, Historical Clothing, Celtic, Period Outfit, Historical Costume

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Tunics - The Moy Dress

The remains known as the Moy bog gown. Marc Carlson suggests that a date for this fragment "between about 1350-1500 is plausible."

We are informed from sources of Roman history that the Celts were like no other men. They were exceedingly tall and had very muscular whit. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Celtic Shield, Celtic Clothing, Hallstatt, Germanic Tribes, Celtic Warriors, Empire Romain, Celtic Culture

Sword Of Sorcery

Ramblings, musings, and occasionally, thoughts, on old school gaming, fantasy gaming, fantasy fiction, emphasis on Chaosium's BRP System.

Figure Woolen cloth with brown stripes, from the ancient salt mine at Hallstatt BCE housed presently at the Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria. Textiles, Prehistoric Age, Celtic Clothing, Alexandre Le Grand, Viking Age, Iron Age, Picts, Ancient Artifacts, Archaeology

AN APPROACH ABOUT KELTOI (C) – celtic clothing 1

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 03/11/11) (with Greek and Roman Influence) from the Iron Age-a Realistic View Based on What We Know What, When, Where and Why? Documentation and reproduction of period ‘Celtic’ clothing for reenactment purposes is a subject which not only should be approached with caution, but also a difficult and sometimes seemingly impossible task…

I feel that claims that Irish clothing changed very little over time are completely false. A 4 th century Irishman did. Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Irish Fashion, Fashion History, Renaissance Garb, Fashion Cover, Period Outfit

16th Century Irish Dress

I feel that claims that Irish clothing changed very little over time are completely false. A 4 th century Irishman did...

Clothing during the Renaissance: Dress found in a bog near Shinrone, County Tipperary century Irish Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Renaissance, 16th Century Clothing, Woolen Dresses, Elizabethan Era, Irish Fashion, Landsknecht

16th Century Irish Dress

I feel that claims that Irish clothing changed very little over time are completely false. A 4 th century Irishman did...

I feel that claims that Irish clothing changed very little over time are completely false. A 4 th century Irishman did. Irish Clothing, Culture Clothing, Irish Fashion, Fashion History, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Emo Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing

16th Century Irish Dress

I feel that claims that Irish clothing changed very little over time are completely false. A 4 th century Irishman did...

Called a "hand-pin" because it resembles the palm of the hand with the fingers… Anglo Saxon Clothing, Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Tribal Jewelry, Metal Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Irish Celtic, Dark Ages

Hand-Pin

Called a "hand-pin" because it resembles the palm of the hand with the fingers pointing out at right angles, this pin served as a cloak fastener. Hand-pins were fashionable in Ireland and Scotland in the 6th and 7th centuries. Originally the five pellet "fingertips" along the top of the pin and the sunken background of the spiraling design on its crescent-shaped "palm" were filled with colorful enamel. A tie once passed through the hole in the center of the palm and was wrapped around the…

Celtic clothing, with rough patterns for Tunic, breeches, peplum and ghillie… Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Woman Clothing, Celtic Costume, Celtic Warriors, Irish Celtic, Iron Age, Anglo Saxon

Reconstruction of male costume from Butser Ancient Farm. Convincing picture of a warrior male though the hairstyle and moustache are not necessarily accurate — they are only what we choose to believe, not what the only evidence we have actually points at which is something more carefully styled. These wild and windswept Celtic locks are a received notion perpetuated through various media that needs to be looked at from a new perspective and in the light of the evidence from metal…

Claddagh women selling fish at the Spanish Arch,Galway Irish American, American History, Irish Famine, Love Ireland, Irish People, Ellis Island, Irish Celtic, Irish Eyes, Islands

Catch of the Day

Four women selling fish. Thanks to those of you who pointed out that this is Spanish Parade on the Spanish Arch side of the Claddagh in Galway City. That's Claddagh Quay and Nimmo's Pier in the background. According to colman.rushe this photo is mentioned in Peadar O'Dowd's book Down by the Claddagh, so I went off and got our copy of Down by the Claddagh (1993), and there indeed is this photo with the caption underneath: "Bringing the fish to market: As this postcard (printed in…

This pattern is an Irish style of bead found at Lagore, the Irish royal residence of the to centuries. (Wood-Martin These blue beads have blue and white twist at each end and blue and white dots surrounded by a wave of yellow. Irish Clothing, Medieval Crafts, Norse Vikings, Blue Beads, Beading Patterns, Barrel, Blue And White, Yellow, Glass Beads

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Bead Pattern 42: Irish Lagore barrel bead (reproduction). This pattern is an Irish style of bead found at Lagore, the Irish royal residence of the 7th to 10th centuries. (Wood-Martin 1886: 123) These blue beads have blue and white twist at each end and blue and white dots surrounded by a wave of yellow.

Latchet Fastener Irish dress pin Sixth or Seventh Century. From Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland. Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Irish Jewelry, Queen Annes Lace, Anglo Saxon, Ancient Jewelry, Silver Dollar, British Museum, Fasteners

Latchet Fastener

Irish dress pin Sixth or Seventh Century. From Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland. Photos from the British Museum, London, England.

Historical reproduction glass and ironwork by heartofoakcrafts Clay Beads, Lampwork Beads, Period Color, Irish Clothing, Celtic Spiral, Iron Age, Wow Products, Bead Art, Beading Patterns

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Bead Pattern 19: Celtic Spiral beads (reproduction). Beads with spiral designs date from the Iron Age through 700 CE in the British Isles and Eastern Europe. DDocumentation for this kind of bead in North Scotland and in 5th-6th century CCE contexts comes from Guido 1978:85 and Wood-Martin 1886:123. Another example is artifact number 40-77-40 13263 from the Peabody Museum from an early Iron Age find in Sticna, Slovenia.

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