The Bamberg Shrine – Elegancy, Intricacy and Medieval-Viking Coolness
The Bamberg shrine is a classic example of the Viking Art Mammen Style (c. 950 – 1025), possibly picturing a lion fighting a serpent. Its history is obscure – although it was crafted by a Scandinavian artisan, the object was deposited in St. Stephan’s Church in Bamberg, Bavaria, during the 10th century. It was transported to the Cathedral in the same city and re-discovered during the 19th century.
Learn more about its history in Jorn Staecker’s article.
Kurlandly created t-shirts with three re-interpretations of the Bamberg iconography inspired by other medieval art manifestations:
- Runestone grey
- Bloody Marron Bayeux
- Black Harald Bluetooth
Characteristics – a comfort Medieval T-shirt
This eco-friendly Medieval/Viking T-shirt is soft and stylish, made with Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton.
* Black is 100% cotton. Heather colours are 52% cotton, 48% polyester.
- Light fabric (4.2 oz/yd² (142 g/m²))
- Retail fit / fitted – order a larger size if you want the shirt looser around the belly.
- Tear away label
- Runs true to size
Please note that we use European sizes. Kindly double-check our size charts to ensure an accurate fit.
|Sleeve length, cm
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