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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_clothing_and_textiles

The Iron Age is broadly identified as stretching from the end of the ... Bodies and clothing have been found from this period, ...

www.tollundman.dk/toej.asp

We have discovered numerous items of clothing in the bogs dating from the Iron Age and many of them were well-preserved. Several of the bog bodies were ...

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"The Iron Age Celts' clothes might have looked like the tartan you see in Scotland and Ireland today, with checks and stripes. The Celts used berries and plants ...

www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/british_prehistory/ironage_intro_01.shtml

Feb 28, 2011 ... How close were Iron Age people to the men and women of today. ... food, worn different clothing and lived in different housing conditions from ...

history.parkfieldict.co.uk/ironage/clothes-and-appearance

The clothes of Iron Age people were made from wool and dyed with natural vegetable dyes ... Brooches and pins would have been used to fasten their clothes.

www.ancientcraft.co.uk/Archaeology/iron-age/ironage-living.html

Iron Age Living by James Dilley (@ancientcraftUK) ... Few clothes have been preserved from Iron Age Britain, with the best evidence coming from the classic ...

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'The way they dress is astonishing: they wear brightly coloured and embroidered shirts, with trousers called bracae and cloaks fastened at the shoulder with a ...

sciencenordic.com/dyed-clothes-came-fashion-early-iron-age

May 29, 2012 ... Clothes in the early Iron Age were not grey and dull, as previously assumed. They were colourful and patterned. This new discovery comes as ...

www.teachinghistory100.org/objects/about_the_object/clothes_tools

The clothes that people wore in the Iron Age generally do not survive. They were made of soft organic materials such as wool, linen and animal skins that have ...