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Беларусь и беларусы на старых фото

Беларусь и беларусы на старых фото

Reproduction of ornamented winingas/leg bindings from Dundaga in northwestern Latvia, most likely Couronian/Kurši. Baltic, not Norse/Viking or Slav.

Detail of the bronze ring decoration, about century, part of man clothing set.

Pouches, Vikings, Totes

в погребении № 55, как и во всём Крюковско-Кужновском могильнике совершенно отсутствуют какие либо предметы скандинавского происхождения.

в погребении № 55, как и во всём Крюковско-Кужновском могильнике совершенно отсутствуют какие либо предметы скандинавского происхождения.

Qanbus Date: 19th Century Geography: Syria? Saudia Arabia Culture: Syria? Saudi Arabia Medium: Wood and skin.

Let everything that has breath, praise the LORD! Qanbus Date: Century Geography: Syria/Saudia Arabia Medium: Wood and skin.

How to make a Lyre (webpage)

How to make a Lyre (webpage)

NMM 10989.  Pluriarc (multi-neck harp), Benin (southwestern Nigeria), early 20th century

The National Music Museum in Vermillion, South Dakota. Visit one of the world’s premier music museums. Collections feature over instruments.

Lyre heptacorde

Lyre heptacorde

Lyre octacorde (Ve siècle av. J.-C.), reproduction réalisée par Jean-Claude Condi sous la direction scientifique d'Annie Bélis, d'après l'iconographie et les vestiges archéologiques. Crédit photo : Patrick Gaillardin / LookatSciences

Lyre octacorde (Ve siècle av. J.-C.), reproduction réalisée par Jean-Claude Condi sous la direction scientifique d'Annie Bélis, d'après l'iconographie et les vestiges archéologiques. Crédit photo : Patrick Gaillardin / LookatSciences

✺Pantechnicon✺ - Jouhikko

Jouhikko - The jouhikko is a bowed lyre from Finland. I’m entirely unmusical myself, but I find archaic instruments fascinating, particularly when they look and sound as great as the jouhikko.

Harp Guitar, Emilius N. Scherr (American, born Copenhagen, 1794–1874), Wood, metal, American aft. 1831

Harp Guitar, Emilius N. Scherr (American, born Copenhagen, 1794–1874), Wood, metal, American aft. 1831