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Bocksten Man - well preserved man's clothing 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum

Bocksten Man - well preserved man's clothing half of century, Vaberg Museum. On this image the Museums director is wearing the original garments!

CAPA DE SANTA CLARA DE ASIS SIGLO XIII

Cloak attributed to St. Clara dated to century is now in convent S.Chiara in Assisi

Skjoldehamn outfit (970-1050) Norway (ED: Reconstructed here as a man's outfit--now believed to have been worn by a woman)

Vitenskapelig Workshop

In 1936 a body was discovered in a bog near Skjoldehamn (Skjold harbour) on the Norwegian island of Andøya. The find included a complete costume consisting of a shirt, a kirtle, shirt, belt, trouse…

Krótki płaszcz z podszewką. Medieval Market, Short coat

Outer garments - Medieval Market, Short coat / I like the cut of this cloak! With my current cloak, my hands are trapped and it drags to close to the ground.

New 14th century civilian men's clothing, entirely hand sewn with linen thread. Chausses, tunic, hood, and hat made of wool. Tunic dyed with onion skins, chausses and hood dyed with madder root. Th...

A men's tunic, made of wool hand dyed with madder root and sewn with flaxen thread. The hood/liripipe is made of purple wool line with linen, hand sewn . century hood and tunic

Medieval Garments ~ Herjolfsnes ~ In 1921, a large number of graves were excavated in the burial ground of the old Norse colony of Herjolfsnes ("Herjolf's Point") in Greenland. There were more than 30 complete gowns or tunics, 17 hoods, six woven stockings and five hats. The hoods were generously cut to cover both head and shoulders and featured that most distinctive element of Medieval headgear: the long, trailing tail known as the liripipe. The gowns were constructed of multiple gored…

The Saddest Saga: The Shrouds of Herjolfsnes

Jacques de Longuyon's Vows of the Peacock; Tournai, Belgium, ca. 1345–50

Illuminating Fashion: Replicas

MEDIEVAL MENS DRESS: Blue cote hardy (wool with pewter buttons), with white lined tippets (linen), worn over a red kirtle (wool) and red chaussembles (wool and leather), with a green dagged chaperon (wool lined with linen).

Time Traveling with Needles: Men's 14th Century Cotehardie and Hose

Embroidered/Decorated liripipe hoods - Time Traveling with Needles: Men's Century Cotehardie and Hose

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 century, National Museum of Denmark, Kopenhagen

Pourpoint belonged to Charles de Blois, made from damask. France, 1st half of 14th century. Lyonne

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.

Waffenrock from the first half of the 15th century, Heimatmuseum, Stendal

Waffenrock from the first half of the century, Heimatmuseum, Stendal (Germany), website: www. costuming website: www.

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