A "Triangular" Shawl Style for the Viking Age?

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Description Discusses the evidence for Vendel and Viking Age Norsewomen wearing shawls, and proposes a method of folding a rectangula r shawl to mimic the look of 'Valkyrie' figures, that matches the folded textiles from a grave find.
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