Silk was brought back to Viking Age Scandinavia through raids or trading, and is mainly found in high status graves in Scandinavia dating to the 9th and 10th Centuries. The largest concentration of silk finds are in Birka.
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Wool has been found in Viking Age graves across Scandinavia, such as in Hedeby and Birka. Finds have also been made in other Viking settlements, such as York, London and Orkney.
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Linen from around the Baltic Sea grows strong and durable due to the colder climate. It was a highly appreciated fabric by the Vikings.
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