Bocksten man costume is the only complete male costume in Europe that has been preserved from the middle ages.

Boksten Man (found in bog, late finds. Hood (with liripipe), cloak, tunic/kyrtle, hose (plus two closeups showing hose tied at back and holes/repairs in main garment).

Prosthetic Arm, Europe, 1850 – 1910

150 Year Old Victorian Prosthetic Hand. - History was already steampunk!

Gardecorps; A warm weather protection jacket of the High Middle Ages with natural colored linen thread sewn u Gardecorps5nd enclosed

A warm weather protection jacket of the High Middle Ages with natural colored linen thread sewn u enclosed

Hood pattern

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Hoods- Sunnfjord Hood

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Tunics - "This garment is referred to in Museo de Telas Medievales as Aljuba o saya encordada de Fernando de la Cerda (c.1225-1275). It laces up the side."

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Tunics - "This garment is referred to in Museo de Telas Medievales as Aljuba o saya encordada de Fernando de la Cerda It laces up the side.

Man in a particolored cotehardie of reddish brown and plaid fabric, 2nd half of the 14th century, Catalonia. The cotehardie fits snugly and is buttoned up the front. A narrow belt is worn around the hips.

Fashion History of the High and Late Middle Ages - Medieval Clothing

Man in a particolored cotehardie of reddish brown and plaid fabric, half of the century, Catalonia. The cotehardie fits snugly and is buttoned up the front. A narrow belt is worn around the hips.

medieval art showing the fashion of nobles in 1350, exemplifying the chaperons.

Fesonas and Cassiel the Baudrain Playing Chess. Jacques de Longuyon, Vows of the Peacock; Belgium, Tournai, ca. Pierpont Morgan Library, MS f.

Woven textile found in the Oseberg boat mound grave in the county of Vestfold, Norway. Dates to 834 C.E. Photograph from Saamiblog: http://saamiblog.blogspot.com/

A piece of tartan cloth found on the ship Osebergskom. The Huldremose woman who lived in "the Iron Age" wore a plaid gown. Wikipedia says the find is around 340 AD at the latest. (And now no one can argue against Vikings wearing plaids.

Mitt stora projekt under våren har varit en klänning baserad på Herjolvsnes Nörlund nr 38 (D10580). Mitt mål har varit ett plagg så nära originalet jag, med de textila kunskaper jag har idag, kan k…

Herjolvsnes no 38

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages -- Kyrtles/Cotes/Tunics/Gowns -- Herjolfsnes 38

History of Hats | Gallery - Chapter 7 - Village Hat Shop

Chapter 7 - Medieval or Gothic Europe - Plate

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