Glass bracelet in the Novgorod Archaeological Museum, Russia.

Bracelet - Russian, Браслет [Braslet]/// Belarusian, бранзалеты/// Bulgarian, гривна/// Polish, bransoletka/// Czech, náramek/// Slovak, náramok/// Serbian, наруквица/// Croatian, narukvica/// Macedonian, алка (ul-ka)



Fragments of glass bracelets in the Novgorod Archaeological Museum, Russia.

A variety of metal bracelets dating from the 10th to 15th centuries on display in the Novgorod Archaeolgoical Museum, Russia.

Metal bracelets illustrated by Sedov (1968).

Twisted wire bracelet from Serbia (Ercegović-Pavlovic and Kostic 1988).

Metal bracelets illustrated by Sedov (1982: Figure 55).

Twisted wire bracelets from Medieval burials in the Republic of Macedonia.

Twisted wire bracelet from Russia.

Glass bracelets from a Medieval cemetery in the Republic of Macedonia.

Metal leaf bracelets from a Medieval cemetery in the Republic of Macedonia.

Metal leaf bracelets from a Medieval cemetery in the Republic of Macedonia.

Twisted wire bracelet from the Republic of Macedonia (Mandic 1988:Figure 9).

Twisted wire bracelet from the Republic of Macedonia.

Twisted metal bracelets illustrated by Sedov (1982).
Ercegović-Pavlovic, Slavenka and Desanka Kostic
1988 Les monuments et les sites archéologiques dans la region de Leskovac. Beograd : Arheološki institu. [in Serbian with French summary]

Mandic, Miloje
1985 Potkuli. Arheoloski Pregled 26:180 - 181. [in Macedonian and English]

Sedov, Valentin Vasil'evich
1982 Vostochnye slavi͡ane v VI-XIII vv. Moscow. [in Russian]
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