Medieval Clothing- Viking Pants
An interesting point in the history of European fashion was the evolution from trousers, to individual leggings, or chausses, back to trousers again. In late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages, trousers were common throughout the Germanic and Norse world. Our linen trousers are based on finds from Thorsbjerg and Damendorf in late Roman Era Germania. Fitting loose in the waist and thigh, our trousers taper to a straight lower leg, which is cut from one piece of cloth that runs straight up to
Battle Town Sign
Battle village sign – King Harold’s helmet pierced by an arrow during the Battle of Hastings in 1066. On our drive down to Puddock Farm on Romney Marsh in Kent, we drove through several East Sussex villages, looking out for village signs along the way.