Barbara Barberi

Barbara Barberi

Barbara Barberi
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"I know what he's doing. He's preparing himself." - Athelstan - Vikings

"I know what he's doing. He's preparing himself." - Athelstan - Vikings

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Princess Aslaug

Princess Aslaug

Woad was also used to dye the wool cloak worn over the dress. Bergin worked, twisted and tied every strand of wool, every bit of decorative animal hair. "That way we give a life force to the texture. Adding this texture helps create the sense that there are complexities to the character." And in the disposed Earls' wife's case, these complexities certainly exist.

Woad was also used to dye the wool cloak worn over the dress. Bergin worked, twisted and tied every strand of wool, every bit of decorative animal hair. "That way we give a life force to the texture. Adding this texture helps create the sense that there are complexities to the character." And in the disposed Earls' wife's case, these complexities certainly exist.

Bergin dyed this long linen tunic indigo for Siggy, the Earl's wife, using the leaves of a European herb (Isatis tinctoria), commonly called woad. It's a member of the mustard family, purposely planted for its vibrant dye properties and used by the Vikings. At Viking age excavation levels in York, a medieval city founded by the Vikings, the remains of woad and madder dating to the 10th century have been unearthed. Note the intricate metal work, silver threads and twisted Yak hair.

Bergin dyed this long linen tunic indigo for Siggy, the Earl's wife, using the leaves of a European herb (Isatis tinctoria), commonly called woad. It's a member of the mustard family, purposely planted for its vibrant dye properties and used by the Vikings. At Viking age excavation levels in York, a medieval city founded by the Vikings, the remains of woad and madder dating to the 10th century have been unearthed. Note the intricate metal work, silver threads and twisted Yak hair.

The Costumes of 'The Vikings'

The Costumes of 'The Vikings'

The Costumes of 'The Vikings', Siggy

The Costumes of 'The Vikings', Siggy

sheilah beckett

sheilah beckett

Being a Woman, According to Sofia Coppola Films: Princesse de Lamballe and Duchesse de Polignac, Marie Antoinette Princesse de Lamballe: I would have told him exactly what to do with it. Duchesse de Polignac: Oh? Whats that, darling? Princesse de Lamballe: Put it back in his trousers where it belongs. Duchesse de Polignac: Lamballe, ladies and gentlemen, is what we call a prude.

Being a Woman, According to Sofia Coppola Films: Princesse de Lamballe and Duchesse de Polignac, Marie Antoinette Princesse de Lamballe: I would have told him exactly what to do with it. Duchesse de Polignac: Oh? Whats that, darling? Princesse de Lamballe: Put it back in his trousers where it belongs. Duchesse de Polignac: Lamballe, ladies and gentlemen, is what we call a prude.

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