Let's "Sun" dance
The function or use of the cord skirt costume and belt plate, including the Egtved Girl costume, has long been debated. In the publication regarding the Egtved Found from 1929 archaeologist Th. Thomsen writes: "One is tempted to look at the Egtved woman with her bob hair, her bare lower body, the scanty modest skirt and from the knee to the ankle her bare legs as a woman married into a cult, a temple dancer, dressed to participate in erotic ceremonies." But immediately Th. Thomsen cooled down and suggested that the suit had a reference to their daily lives, and that it was linked to the young woman.