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Primarily inspired by the long, fitted and buttoned garment worn by men in the 'Romance of Alexander' dated 1338-1345. (Bodleian Library, MS. Bodl. 264).  Similar garments appear in ‘Roman de la Rose’ and countless manuscripts all over Europe c.1330-1360.

Primarily inspired by the long, fitted and buttoned garment worn by men in the 'Romance of Alexander' dated (Bodleian Library, MS. Similar garments appear in ‘Roman de la Rose’ and countless manuscripts all over Europe

Set of silk robes inspired by Tacuinum Sanitatis (1390-1400).  The inner layer made of pink silk, fastened with brass buttons. Slightly padded chest. The outter layer with dagged bottom edge and sleeves. Main body quilted. All hand-stitched.

Set of silk robes inspired by Tacuinum Sanitatis The inner layer made of pink silk, fastened with brass buttons. Slightly padded chest. The outter layer with dagged bottom edge and sleeves. All hand-stitched.

That is so cool! He could wear it as a hood or a hat.

Handstitched century hood made of a dense green/grey woolen cloth. No lining. The edge around the face finished with tablet-woven braid. The lower edge decorated with hand-made cut-outs and embroidery.

Summer outfit of an early 14th century knight by ~wyverex on deviantART

This outfit consists mostly of linen garments. However, to make the chausses out of linen was a bad idea, because of their bad fit. To emphasize the nob. Summer outfit of an early century knight

A French nobleman's costume based on "A romance of Alexander" (1344)

A dark blue cotehardie using lovely illuminations from medieval manucript " A romance of Alexander" (Flames,

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