Pattern of Russian male coat

Pattern of Russian male coat

Pattern of Russian male coat II.

Pattern of Russian male coat II.

Бардымский краеведческий музей

Бардымский краеведческий музей

Праздничное платье адыгейской женщины ГИМ

Праздничное платье адыгейской женщины ГИМ

Chuvash

Chuvash

Мордва-мокша конец 19 века Из коллекции Новосибирского государственного краеведческого музея

Мордва-мокша конец 19 века Из коллекции Новосибирского государственного краеведческого музея

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Horned Kichka Headdress, scarves, belts and sacred embroidery, a complete traditional Russian folk dress, these headdresses are very ancient from woman's shamanic leadership, when an actual stag or elk horns were attached to the headdress denoting the elder (bigger horns) feminine authority over clan and tribe (until christian men came), after which is was turned into the reduction of loss of freedom (wedding and marriage religion rites)

Horned Kichka Headdress, scarves, belts and sacred embroidery, a complete traditional Russian folk dress, these headdresses are very ancient from woman's shamanic leadership, when an actual stag or elk horns were attached to the headdress denoting the elder (bigger horns) feminine authority over clan and tribe (until christian men came), after which is was turned into the reduction of loss of freedom (wedding and marriage religion rites)

Horned Kichko Headdress, scarves, belts and sacred embroidery, a complete traditional Russian folk dress, these headdresses are very ancient from woman's shamanic leadership, when an actual stag or elk horns were attached to the headdress denoting the elder (bigger horns) feminine authority over clan and tribe (until christian men came), after which is was turned into the reduction of loss of freedom (wedding and marriage religion rites)

Horned Kichko Headdress, scarves, belts and sacred embroidery, a complete traditional Russian folk dress, these headdresses are very ancient from woman's shamanic leadership, when an actual stag or elk horns were attached to the headdress denoting the elder (bigger horns) feminine authority over clan and tribe (until christian men came), after which is was turned into the reduction of loss of freedom (wedding and marriage religion rites)

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