Slavic (Moshchevaya Balka in the Caucasus Mountains) short trousers / braies - (Is this where Matt Amt got his braies pattern? Looks like the two-tubes-and-a-gusset one he suggests, but maybe there's more here that I can't see?
Weapons and personal items, primarily 3rd century AD, thought to be the equipment of defeated armies. Many of the items have been ritually 'killed' before being sacrificed. Ivory pommel and guard, silver gilt hilt, silver scabbard and baldric fittings. .Moesgård Museum... Matt Bunker - Wulfheodenas
Group of one piece helmets, the late 10th to 11th centuries (except the English one which is a composite). This basic shape of helmet riveted together from four plates was already being made in Roman arsenals long before the Viking age. By the 11th century craftsmen were beating them out from a single piece of iron. Althoug often associated with Normans, this type of helmet was extremely common among Western Slavs, German and French warriors and would have been used by Norse warriors as…
Pope with bishop (right) & clergy (left) // c. 1087 // From Exultet Rolls of southern Italy // Biblioteca Apostolica,Vatican // Exultet iam angelica turba caelorum (Rejoice now, all you heavenly choirs of angels) //