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Skjoldehamn

These narrow Viking pants from the 11-13th century are very simple. A rope tied on top of the pants was used to hold them up on the waist. For greater comfort, the pants went slightly higher on the butt than in the front.

 

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Based on: Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Breches/Braies/Trousers; I. Marc Carlson; 1996

 
Patterns of extant garments - Pants, part 1
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