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

I love the asymmetry of this. Tunic of Heinrich II. or more probably of Kunigunda, half of century, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Bern

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

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

UNKNOWN MASTER, German, Angel, c. 1180, Painted poplar wood, height 64 cm, Staatliche Museen, Berlin

UNKNOWN MASTER, German, Angel, c. 1180, Painted poplar wood, height 64 cm, Staatliche Museen, Berlin

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A Byzantine Dalmatic featuring coptic and Islamic inscriptions; some actual phrases such as "'Dominion belongs to God" and others simply treated as pretty decoration. Egypt, A.

11th century coptic hooded tunic, of linen and wool, with tapestry-woven bands. (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Hervé Lewandowski.

century coptic hooded tunic, of linen and wool, with tapestry-woven bands. (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Hervé Lewandowski.

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Skjoldam tunic bog find from end of century now situated in Skjoldam Tromso Museum. Mozliwe, że to XIw.

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to half of century, Vaberg Museum. Although this tunic is far too late for the Viking period its simple pattern is very useable as a Viking garment.

Остяк (Ханты) туники формы платье из льна, вышитые красным, синим и желтым шерсти.  Собранные для Британского музея из северного сибирского города Салехард, на реке Оби, сэр Генри Хойл Хауорт в 1898 году.

The ko'k ko'ylek, richly embroidered in cross-stitch, was the century wedding dress of the wealthy Karakalpak bride.

See the griffens, mythical creatures with the head of an eagle on the body of a lion? This fragment from an 11th-century Byzantine robe shows them embroidered on a delicate silk woven of murex-dyed threads. The symbolic power of murex purple reached its apogee in the eastern Roman empire of Byzantium.

This fragment from an Byzantine robe shows griffins embroidered on a delicate silk woven of murex-dyed threads. It was in the eastern Roman empire of Byzantium that the symbolic power of murex purple reached its apogee.

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.

Alba, century, Kunsthistorisches Museum What you’re seeing isn’t a completely medieval piece of clothing. Rather, much of the trimming dates to the square trimming around the neck dates to the century, and the white silk dates to.

M'Lady's Corset Sewing Pattern Folkwear 267

M'Lady's Corset Sewing Pattern Folkwear 267

Paper sewing pattern to make two styles of corset: a square neck corset that laces in back or a scoop neck corset that fastens in front. Condition This is a new and unused contemporary vintage reprodu

Recreation of man's Latgallian costume; 11th century CE.

The Pants from this one, less poof is better Recreation of man's Latgallian costume;

Byzantine embroidery was also prized in Western Europe as shown by the so-called Dalmatic of Charlemagne purported to be commissioned or given as a diplomatic gift for Charlemagne’s coronation in 800. The work, now stored in the Vatican treasury, is actually a patriarch’s sakkos (tunic) that Constantinopolitan artists created in the 14th century.

Purported to be commissioned or given as a diplomatic gift for Charlemagne’s coronation in The work, now stored in the Vatican treasury, is actually a patriarch’s sakkos (tunic) that Constantinopolitan artists created in the century.

Byzantium, early 15th century, tunic that belonged to Metropolitan Photius

Byzantium, early century, tunic that belonged to Metropolitan Photius very similar to early Ottoman Talisman shirts

Veel knoopjes

This is a Pourpoint, which was also called a doublet or Gipon. It was a closely fitted sleeveless garment with pad in front, which was used for military dress.

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