Did Vikings wear hooded Cloaks?

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oliv897
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Did Vikings wear hooded Cloaks?

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I wish to know as this is what I want to wear as a viking and am not to sure if thats what vikings wore, i reenact from periods of 7th - 14th century.
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Re: Did Vikings wear hooded Cloaks?

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Not to my knowledge. Most of the cloaks seemed to be rectanglular or, rarely, semicircular and just big so that there was spare bits to drape over the head.
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Re: Did Vikings wear hooded Cloaks?

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Seperate hoods would be okay though.

7th-14th century? 700 years, only 300 of which could be said to be 'Viking'....ambitious.
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