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Tunic of Heinrich II. or more probably of Kunigunda, 1st half of 11th century, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Bern

Tunic of Heinrich II. or more probably of Kunigunda, 1st half of 11th century, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Bern

Much of trimming dates to 1181, square trimming around neck dates to 13th century, and white silk dates to 18th century.  Traces of original fabric still exist under silk lining.  Early history of this piece mentioned in embroidery inscription in both Latin and Arabic which says it was made in Palermo 1181 for William II of Sicily.

Much of trimming dates to 1181, square trimming around neck dates to 13th century, and white silk dates to 18th century. Traces of original fabric still exist under silk lining. Early history of this piece mentioned in embroidery inscription in both Latin and Arabic which says it was made in Palermo 1181 for William II of Sicily.

11th century Bamberg tunic - the dalmatic of Heinrich II (reconstruction)

11th century Bamberg tunic - the dalmatic of Heinrich II (reconstruction)

Norman coat tunic

Norman coat tunic

Tunic of St. Elizabeth ca 1238, located in Elizabenthal Kloster Tiefenthal im Rheingan.

Tunic of St. Elizabeth ca 1238, located in Elizabenthal Kloster Tiefenthal im Rheingan.

Braies (men's underwear) 11th century-13th century. More pictures. Carreau Arbalete.

Braies (men's underwear) 11th century-13th century. More pictures. Carreau Arbalete.

1100 AD (app), the Kragelund tunic, Denmark. Found on a bog body. The man also wore short boots on his feet, but had bare legs. The boots are not preserved.

1100 AD (app), the Kragelund tunic, Denmark. Found on a bog body. The man also wore short boots on his feet, but had bare legs. The boots are not preserved.

Figure 2 - Seljuk Silk Samite Robe, Central Asia, 11th Century

Figure 2 - Seljuk Silk Samite Robe, Central Asia, 11th Century

Extant originals - Introduction. I haven't delved deeply into this, but I am amazed at what I have seen.

Extant originals - Introduction. I haven't delved deeply into this, but I am amazed at what I have seen.

A WOMAN OF THE TIME OF WILLIAM I 1066-1087 This costume plate show the twist of wool used as a girdle to hold the gown at the waist. The chemise is visible under the gown and below it. For ornamentation the gown neck of the gown has been embroidered.

A WOMAN OF THE TIME OF WILLIAM I 1066-1087 This costume plate show the twist of wool used as a girdle to hold the gown at the waist. The chemise is visible under the gown and below it. For ornamentation the gown neck of the gown has been embroidered.

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