News form the Silk Roads
Silk in the Early Medieval IV. – What was silk used for?
Silk in the Early Medieval III. – Silk for Nomads and Block Printed silks
Silk in the Early Medieval II. – Silk for Vikings
Silk in the Early Medieval I. – History of the silk
About diamond twill silks
Reconstruction of a silk pattern from Oseberg
Silk kaftan from Bahram Gur Silk
The Kagan's Rider
The Kazar Bazar is always happy to participate in projects where the final result could be part of a museum exhibition. Just like in the case of the Senmurv caftan project for the Museum of Nizhny Arkhyz in Russia.
In 2016, archeologists of the Déri Múzeum (Debrecen, Hungary) found a unique grave in Derecske, Hungary. They managed to excavate a warrior buried with his weapons, horse and with a full lamellar armor. The grave could be dated to the first half of the 7th century.
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.