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News from the Silk Road

Some really cool things, worth to check out:

Silk in the Early Medieval I. – History of the silk
Feb 03 | Mestellér János
Silk in the Early Medieval I. – History of the silk
In our article series, we would like to add some points about the usage of silk textiles in the Early Medieval and in the Early Medieval reenactment. On our first article, we check some interesting things about the origin of the material, and how it became the most desired luxury fabric in the world’s history.
Silk in the Early Medieval II. – Silk for Vikings
Feb 04 | Mestellér János
Silk in the Early Medieval II. – Silk for Vikings
In our article series, we would like to add some points about the usage of silk textiles in the Early Medieval and in the Early Medieval reenactment. On our second article, we check some interesting things about silk fragments found in the territory of Scandinavia and the Kievan Rus.
Silk in the Early Medieval III. – Silk for Nomads and Block Printed silks
Feb 04 | Mestellér János
Silk in the Early Medieval III. – Silk for Nomads and Block Printed silks
In our article series, we would like to add some points about the usage of silk textiles in the Early Medieval and in the Early Medieval reenactment. On our third article, we check some interesting things about silk found in the heritage of nomad peoples in the Caucasus and Altai mountains, and what we could know about block printed silks.
Reconstructing Alan woman
Jan 28 | Kazar Bazar
Reconstructing Alan woman

On the Early Medieval reenactment artifacts from Moshchevaya Balka (MB) is a common reference point. For nomadic culture impression, many reenactors use the numerous clothings what preserved in this famous archeological site. In this article, we would like to present an outstanding work among the MB reconstructions: Alya Burzueva’s gear from Russia.