Dear forum members,  The topic was touched upon earlier in one of the threads and Hjernespiser was kind enough to ad a very relevant argument about the reconstruction of the clothing of ancient

[interesting drape from temple rings?] Female wear reconstructions from grave finds at Várpalota and Orosháza by Ágota Perémi and István Dienes

"Tree of Life" design on an ancient Magyar tarsoly plate.

shows Hungarian patterns, like the designs on many sabretache plates, such as the conquest period. They bought finished products from Byzantine, Arab and Khwarezmian tradesmen, so I think the Hungarian patterns in silk are irrelevant and unauthentic

10 century hungarian  from Nikita Bolbikov

10 century hungarian from Nikita Bolbikov

10th Century Magyar from Hungarian Costume by Elizabeth Ek. Questionable documentation but good overview.

Century Magyar from Hungarian Costume by Elizabeth Ek. Questionable documentation but good overview.

Hungarian female costume (circa 950 AD). The shirt is sewn Cordelet flax linen pendants are made ​​of bronze (originally made ​​of gold or silver). pants is Linen and silk thread combined. Caftan is The sheep wool (to Original sheep, goat or camel), the border is linen (sometimes silk). coat is made ​​of wool with a cross in on-canvas, linen lining and trim (sometimes silk). It is decorated with bronze discs (the original Gold and Silver)

Francia hölgy gyönyörű alkotásai - Katt a képre a többihez

BaBa Blogja: Anyanyelvem a MAGYAR !

Hungarian ladies in the century

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