Iron Age Clothes
Much of what we know about clothing in the Iron Age comes from evidence discovered at archaeological sites, in particular, from ancient bogs. On occasion, someone cutting peat for fuel will uncover a "bog body," the remains of an individual who lived in...
Very few clothes have been preserved from Iron Age Britain, so we know little
about the clothes that people wore at this time. Clothes made from wool, linen,
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 ...
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 ...
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
Clothing changed very slowly in the Bronze Age and Iron Age, and most people
wore pretty much the same things. In warm counties like Egypt, Greece and the ...
'Celtic' Clothing (with Greek and Roman Influence) from the Iron Age-a Realistic
View Based on What We Know What, When, Where and Why? Documentation ...
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 to ...
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 ...
Nov 26, 2014 ... A few years ago, the oldest known piece of clothing ever discovered in Norway, a
tunic dating from the Iron Age, was found on a glacier in ...