clothing of the Picts - Google Search ... looks like it may be early Scottish and not Pict? But then you have to think at some point, they could have cross cultured?
‘Celtic’ is broadly defined by language, and by the art, artIfacts and human remains of Iron Age peoples. ‘Celtic Scotland’ saw the native population of the Later Bronze Age adopt new technologies and aspects of culture from the peoples that they traded with. The Iron Age in Scotland began c 700 BC and continued to around AD 500.
9 giugno Colm Cille (Columba) ab. Iona
A fine 54mm model of a Celtic warrior ~ except his hair is spiked back, with lime, and he has a helmet. The lime made the warriors hair stiff, so a helmet would be rendered un-wearable and redundant. Look good though.
Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, A Young Daughter of the Picts, Yale Center for British Art, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, ca. 1585
Reconstuction of a Hallstatt Gard. Love the tablet weaving!
LA GIORNATA DI UN ROMANO Al mattino presto, in genere all'alba, si animava la casa dei Romani, gli schiavi iniziavano a pulire i pavim...
The brat was the predecessor of the Scottish kilt. Brats were presumably worn from the 3rd to the 16th century in Ireland and Scotland. The cloaks were big enough to transport a lamb, it functioned as a sleeping bag and it provided protection against rain. It was an essential part of the clothing of the Gaelic culture. This replica is made of wool just like the original. It consists of several parts because the weaving frames were not big enough to weave the entire width of the brat in…
Scottish Clothing, ca. 1600 - 1800 C.E.
Celtic Clothing During the Iron Age- A Very Broad and Generic Approach | heather smith - Academia.edu