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    A little OT, looking for late 16th early 17th c scandinavian garb

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    A little OT, looking for late 16th early 17th c scandinavian garb

    Post by phuphuphnik on Sat Aug 16, 2014 6:22 am

    I'd like to put together an early Renaissance Scandinavian outfit to go along with my bow. I'm not particularly looking for a soldier, more of something worn to competition. I'd like to keep it pre 1670s, I'd prefer 1560-1600.
    I know some of out European friends on this forum do this sort of thing.
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    Re: A little OT, looking for late 16th early 17th c scandinavian garb

    Post by kenh on Sat Aug 16, 2014 7:12 am

    A simple Google search on "Norwegian Costume 1560"  or  "Swedish Costume 16th century" will yield a ton of examples such as these below.  There really wasn't much of a "national costume" back in those days.

    http://world4.eu/category/16th-century/1560/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1550%E2%80%931600_in_Western_European_fashion
    www.pinterest.com/musicalmaddness/historical-clothing-1560s/




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    Re: A little OT, looking for late 16th early 17th c scandinavian garb

    Post by hullutiedemies on Sun Aug 17, 2014 3:06 am

    For contemporary documents Olaus Magnus was your man
    http://www.avrosys.nu/prints/prints27-olausmagnus.htm

    Right Geatish (south Swedish) crossbowman from 1555,
    -Massive blunt bolts were used for squirrels.

    ( from left Muscovite (russian) Swede (Stockholmer) , Lapplander , Geat)


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    a little caveat : Magnus came from Sweden, but his illustrators may have been central Europeans who were guessing stuff.

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    Re: A little OT, looking for late 16th early 17th c scandinavian garb

    Post by phuphuphnik on Mon Aug 18, 2014 5:56 am

    Perfect thanks!
    I was getting stuck because I didn't think to use the word costume! I tried doublet, garb, costume was the magic word. duh.

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