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The Parsonage in Haworth is where the Bronte sisters grew up and lived. It is now a museum in their honour.

The Brontë Parsonage Museum is maintained by the Brontë Society in honour of the Brontë sisters in their former home, the parsonage in Haworth, West Yorkshire, an area of England surrounded by moorland.

16 Beautiful Pictures Of West Yorkshire That Are Just Simply Stunning

16 Stunning Pictures Of Yorkshire That Will Take Your Breath Away

Ok not garb, but a beautiful ring that dates back to the 11th century if not later.

Sapphire ring 'belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty'

Gold and sapphire finger ring, found by a metal detectorist in York and just purchased by the Yorkshire Museum; almost certainly belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty, very senior clergy or a leading member of the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy

Viking Shoe - York - Yorkshire Museum

Leather Viking shoe, from an historical excavation at Jorvik (Jarvis/York), Sweden.

The Cawood sword is regarded as one of the finest Viking swords ever discovered. It is nearly 1,000 years old and is the fifth sword of its type ever to be found and by far the best preserved. It's from the end of the Viking period and beginning of the Medieval and the sword itself reflects this. Yorkshire Museum

The Cawood sword is regarded as one of the finest Viking swords ever discovered. It is nearly 1000 years old, the fifth sword of this type to be found, and the best preserved.

The Middleham Jewel was found in the grounds of the castle in 1985 by a man who was using a metal detector in the area. The Middleham Jewel is a mid-15th century gold pendant with a 10 ct. blue sapphire stone. One side of the diamond shaped pendant is engraved with a representation of the Trinity and the other with a Latin inscription indicating that the pendant is a charm against epilepsy.

mediumaevum: “ In 1985 the Middleham Jewel was found in the grounds of the castle by a man who was using a metal detector in the area. The Middleham Jewel is a century 68 gram gold pendant.

The Bedale treasure hoard unearthed from a Yorkshire field may once have been a wealthy Viking’s life savings. The full hoard consists of a gold sword pommel, a unique silver neck ring and neck collar, a silver armlet, 29 silver ingots, two other silver neck rings, gold rivets and half a silver brooch. Archaeologists believe the objects are more than 1,000-years-old and were buried for safe-keeping by a wealthy Viking who for some reason never returned to his hidden hoard.

Natalie McCaul, Curator of Archaeology, with Viking objects at the Yorkshire Museum

coolkenack:  Helmet in Yorkshire museums www.pinterest.com

The York Helmet at The Yorkshire Museum is the most outstanding object of the Anglo-Saxon period to survive in Europe. It dates to approximately 750 to This iron and brass helmet was discovered when struck by the claw of a mechanical digger in 1982 –

Beyond Jorvik: The Vale of York Hoard and the Viking World | Yorkshire Museum

Item of the Vale of York Hoard (gold armring) which was discovered in North Yorkshire in January 2007 by two metal-detectorists, David and Andrew Whelan.

The Thegns of Mercia: Late Anglo-Saxon and "Viking" Swords. The Gilling (UK) Sword. 9th Century.

The Gilling Sword, a late Anglo-Saxon sword discovered near a stream in Gilling West, Yorkshire in April, by a nine-year-old boy. Ooh, imagine the blisters you'd get from fighting for several hours with that.

Rune carvings on antlers from Yorkshire Museum.--  na just looks like decoration. But still cool

Mead Hall: Rune carvings on antlers from the Yorkshire Museum.

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