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A tunic of the infante Don García (d. 1145 or 1146 [A.H. 540 or 541]) son of the emperor Alfonso VII, was discovered in 1968 in his tomb in the Panteón Real of the parochial church of Oña (Burgos). This garment, which was worn for riding, fit the body closely down to the hips, where it flared out in four pleats with a split skirt. It has long tight sleeves terminating in a semi-belled opening.

A tunic of the infante Don García (d. 1145 or 1146 [A.H. 540 or 541]) son of the emperor Alfonso VII, was discovered in 1968 in his tomb in the Panteón Real of the parochial church of Oña (Burgos). This garment, which was worn for riding, fit the body closely down to the hips, where it flared out in four pleats with a split skirt. It has long tight sleeves terminating in a semi-belled opening.

danish bogs | The one on the right is based upon a Danish find . It is also believed ...

danish bogs | The one on the right is based upon a Danish find . It is also believed ...

St. Martin Church in Zillis Switzerland: He clearly has a keyhole neckline and a knee length garment with tight sleeves. Side lacing is not apparent.

St. Martin Church in Zillis Switzerland: He clearly has a keyhole neckline and a knee length garment with tight sleeves. Side lacing is not apparent.

bliaut side

12th Century Style Bliaut

bliaut side

Chartres: See the knife-pleats and the long sleeves with geometric trim on the edges. Notice that her sleeves are square at the bottom.

Chartres: See the knife-pleats and the long sleeves with geometric trim on the edges. Notice that her sleeves are square at the bottom.

Cathedral Basilica of St-Denis, Paris (1145-1150 CE), now in the Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.

Cathedral Basilica of St-Denis, Paris (1145-1150 CE), now in the Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.

CAPA DE SANTA CLARA DE ASIS SIGLO XIII

CAPA DE SANTA CLARA DE ASIS SIGLO XIII

Tunicella, before 1246, Kunsthistorisches Museum  This was made in Palermo, but its date of creation is unknown.  All we know is that it was mentioned in documents twice: once in 1350 where it was called “a blue gown”, and once in 1246 where it was called a “gown of samite”.  Surprisingly, I can’t find any indication that it has ever been restored or added to.

Tunicella, before 1246, Kunsthistorisches Museum This was made in Palermo, but its date of creation is unknown. All we know is that it was mentioned in documents twice: once in 1350 where it was called “a blue gown”, and once in 1246 where it was called a “gown of samite”. Surprisingly, I can’t find any indication that it has ever been restored or added to.

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.

Herjolfsnes No. 42 probably men's relatively tight garment, late 14th century, National Museum of Denmark, Kopenhagen

Herjolfsnes No. 42 probably men's relatively tight garment, late 14th century, National Museum of Denmark, Kopenhagen

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