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Tendance Sac 2018 Description Turn dirt-hiding denim stripes and neutrals into strong, useful bags for shopping and beyond with this railroad tote tutorial!

Oseberg Findings from folder 'Oseberg textiles - textile fragment no. 21, 24' textile fragment 24. Pencil Drawing by Gabriel Gustafson, partially colored with red pen. Dimensions: W: 28 cm, H: 21.5 cm.

Oseberg Findings from folder 'Oseberg textiles - textile fragment no. textile fragment Pencil Drawing by Gabriel Gustafson, partially colored with red pen. Dimensions: W: 28 cm, H: cm.

Detail from a tapestry found in the Oseberg ship priestess burial, showing three females. The burial happened around 834 AD in Vestfold, Norway. Oseberg probably means "The Mound of the Aesir (gods)", ("Asa bergr") where two women of high standing were buried together with a lot of ritual artifacts, probably indicating that they were priestesses.The three females in the tapestry probably represent  ritual participants or mythical beings.

Detail from a tapestry found in the Oseberg ship priestess burial, showing three females. The burial happened around 834 AD in Vestfold, Norway.

Osebergfunn fra mappe 'Oseberg tekstil - tekstilfragment nr. 21, 24' tekstilfragment 24. Tusjtegning av Mary Storm (MS1940). Mål: B: 25 cm, H: 10,5 cm.

Osebergfunn fra mappe 'Oseberg tekstil - tekstilfragment nr. 21, 24' tekstilfragment 24. Tusjtegning av Mary Storm (MS1940). Mål: B: 25 cm, H: 10,5 cm.

Human head carving on the Oseberg Wagon Carved human head with moustache and beard from the Oseberg wagon.

Oseberg Wagon Head Carving - The Oseberg ship is a well-preserved Viking ship discovered in a large burial mound at the Oseberg farm near Tønsberg in Vestfold county, Norway.

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Overview of Norwegian Costumes, part 2. The eastern heartland

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Overview of Norwegian Costumes, part The eastern heartland