Wooden comb in the Novgorod Archaeological Museum, Russia. More expensive combs were manufactured from bone, while wood was used for less expensive combs.

Comb -Russian, гребешок [Grebeshyek]//// Belarusian, Грэбень//// Bulgarian, Гребен//// Polish, Grzebień//// Czech, Hřeben//// Slovak, Hrebeň//// Serbian, Чешаљ//// Croatian, Češalj//// Macedonian, Чешел (che-shell)

Medieval combs from Russian in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Medieval wooden comb in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Medieval wooden comb in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Medieval combs in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Mediveal combs in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Medieval bone comb and keeper dating from the 10th to 12th centuries, Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Comb illustrated by Sedov (1982).

Combs illustrated by Dovzhenok (1966).
Dovzhenok, Vasyl Iosypovych
1966 Drevnoruske misto Voïn. Naukova dumka, Kiev. [in Russian]



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