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Sabretache - this example a Magyar tarsoly of the 10th century. Sabretaches/tarsolys were suspended from the belt by the sabre and served as a man-purse, for the lack of pockets in military uniform.
Tarsoly alakú régészeti leletek és egyéb ábrázolások - Galgóci tarsolylemez - Világbiztonság
The wearer of this purse would have passed a girdle or belt between the two loops at the top. The inscription in French translates as, "Love holds me: Holds me in this prison: Love holds me."
The tarsoly plate was found in 1896. 8-10 years before, during the course of earthmoving work, the grave of a warrior buried together with his horse was found there. László Vidovics and Endre Tompos uncovered further 17 graves in 1896. The skeletal material from the cemetery has still not been analyzed by an anthropologist.
A medieval era leather case with a string - for documents and parchments - from the first half of the 15th century, this relic comes from Milano (inv. HG 214)
Viking Gilt Belt Suite, 9th-11th Century AD A group of silver-gilt belt mounts, a buckle and belt plate, comprising: eighteen convex shield-shaped mounts with central scrolling vine leaf and grape cluster motif, three attachment lugs to the rear;...