Eastern Viking/Rus/Slavic women's attire. It is important to understand that before the violently forced christianisation of our people, all of north and eastern european people shared the same kind of culture, which was reflected in similar clothing, philosophy, and legal/political system!!! Kram Jaromiry i Dalebory: suknia
European people have called us Aborigines since 1770. The word Aborigine is the given to people who are the original people of any country or land. When Captian Cook arrived there were over 500 tribes in Australia, all of which feature on the Australia Tribal Map. Each tribe has its own language, customs and beliefs, yet all were intertwined.
Little cutie - Mongolia ~ 1 in 200 people in Mongolia and Central Asia have blond hair, a gene that goes back 3000 years to the Scythians and other Eurasian Indo-European people's of ancient Central Asia.
WODEN is the germanic name ot Odin. The mtyhology of the Swedes,Danes, Jutes, Gots, Angli, Suebi, Vendels and other north european people, was virtually identical. With the brutally enforced "conversion" to Christianity, european people have lost their many millenia old heritage... up to this day! And it is still falsified by "historians" an TV series (like that "Vikings" shithead junk)!!!
Celtic women had fierce pride and they enjoyed a freedom and power that women in ancient Rome did not have. I think what I like about the Celts is they had a more balanced society. Though they were a warrior society, their gods and goddesses were equal and that was not the case in other religions. There is not a lot of evidence pointing to women warriors among the Celts, but Queen Boudica led an army against the Romans around AD60. Celtic women were not to be messed with.
WHO WERE THE VIKINGS? Vikings were not a “race” linked by ties of common ancestry or patriotism. Most Vikings come from the areas now know as Denmark, Norway and Sweden, though there are mentions in historical records of Finnish, Estonian and Saami. Their common ground–and what made them different from the European peoples they confronted–was that they came from a foreign land, they were not “civilized” in the local understanding of the word and–most importantly–they were not Christian.