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Herjolfsnes no.76

This is an example of a short hood widened on the shoulders by insertions. It was square, not round on top of the head. The body of the hood was pretty well-preserved. Some suggest that it could have had a liripipe, but the latter has never been found. Based on the shape of the hood, it is impossible to determine whether it did or did not have a liripipe, as a similar hood has been found without a liripipe, as well as a similar hood with a liripipe 67 cm long. End of 14th century.

 

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Based on: Meddelelser om Gronland, Buried Norsemen at Herjolfsnes; Dr.phil. Poul Norlund; Copenhagen 1924; C.A.Reitzel

 

 
Patterns of extant garments - Hoods, part 1
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