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Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Male dress, 14th century, (1910)

Male dress, 14th century, (1910). The paltock, popular during the reign of Richard II (1377-1399), was a short jacket with a high collar and wide, richly dagged sleeves

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Carving of a woman wearing a horned headdress, 15th century, (1910)

Carving of a woman wearing a horned headdress, 15th century, (1910). Caricature ridiculing the medieval fashion for headdresses with horns, from a miserere in Ludlow Church, Shropshire

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: The paltock, 14th century, (1910)

The paltock, 14th century, (1910). This garment, popular during the reign of Richard II (1377-1399), was a short jacket with a high collar and wide, richly dagged sleeves

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladys headdress, 1450-1470, (1910)

Ladys headdress, 1450-1470, (1910). Female fashion from the reign of Henry VI-Edward IV ((1422-1483). Forked headdress with black velvet ermine-lined cloak with golden fleur-de-lys

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Isabella of Bavaria wearing a forked headdress, 1435, (1910)

Isabella of Bavaria wearing a forked headdress, 1435, (1910). Isabella, Queen of France wears a variation of the horned head-dress, surmounted by a crown

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: The Lady Barkley, 16th century, (1910)

The Lady Barkley, 16th century, (1910). Portrait after Holbein of Lady Barkley wearing the Transition style of headdress, a combination of the coif and the kennel

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Margaret, Lady Peyton, c1484, (1910)

Margaret, Lady Peyton, c1484, (1910). A representation copied from a brass at Isleham Church, Cambridgeshire, showing Lady Peyton wearing the butterfly headdress

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladies headdresses, 15th century, (1910)

Ladies headdresses, 15th century, (1910). Fashions from the reign of Edward IV (1461-1483); elaborate headdresses, fur collars and cuffs, narrow cinctures and short-waisted bodices

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Heart-shaped headdresses, 15th century, (1910)

Heart-shaped headdresses, 15th century, (1910). One woman has streamers hanging from the right side, in imitation of a fashion prevailing among men of the time of Edward IV (1461-1483)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Johannes Gyniford and his wife, late 14th century, (1910)

Johannes Gyniford and his wife, late 14th century, (1910). Gyniford has large roses on the chaplet, a highly decorated hip-belt, ornamental design round the shoulders of his robe

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Womens headdresses, 15th century, (1910)

Womens headdresses, 15th century, (1910). Female fashions from the time of Henry VI (1422-1471). The turban headdress in the centre has hair flowing through it and down the back

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Nigel Lorringe, late 14th century, (1910)

Nigel Lorringe, late 14th century, (1910). Costume of the reign of Richard II (1377-1399), showing a houppelande (voluminous robe) which reaches over his head, ornamented with a bold pattern

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: William de Albeneis, late 14th century, (1910)

William de Albeneis, late 14th century, (1910). William de Albeneis, who lived at the time of Richard II (1377-1399), holds a goblet

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladys headdress, 14th century, (1910)

Ladys headdress, 14th century, (1910). Fashion from the reign of Richard II (1377-1399). The headdress is reticulated, ornamented with goldsmiths work and jewels

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladys headdress, 14th century, (1910)

Ladys headdress, 14th century, (1910). Fashion from the reign of Richard II (1377-1399). The reticulated and richly-jewelled headdress is worn with a cote-hardi of purple silk

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Womans hairstyle, 1910

Womans hairstyle, 1910. Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London, 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladys costume, 14th century, (1910)

Ladys costume, 14th century, (1910). Female dress from the reign of Richard II (1377-1399). The headdress encloses the ears. A cote-hardi is worn over the robe

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Male dress, late 14th century, (1910)

Male dress, late 14th century, (1910). A man wearing the costume of the late reign of Richard II (ruled 1377-1399). The dagger is worn in a horizontal position

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Occleve the poet and King Henry V, c1410, (1910)

Occleve the poet and King Henry V, c1410, (1910). Thomas Hoccleve or Occleve (1368-1450) here presents his book of poems to Henry, Prince of Wales, (later Henry V)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Male dress, late 14th century, (1910)

Male dress, late 14th century, (1910). The figure on the right is wearing a court-pie, a sort of short cloak split up the sides, with a high houppelande collar and richly dagged

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Costume, 14th century, (1910)

Costume, 14th century, (1910). Types of dress from the reign of Richard II (1377-1399). The man on the left carries a dagger suspended down his back

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Male headdresses, 14th century, (1910)

Male headdresses, 14th century, (1910). Male headgear from the reign of Richard II (ruled 1377-1399). Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London, 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Examples of the houppelande, 14th century, (1910)

Examples of the houppelande, 14th century, (1910). Types of houppelande (voluminous robe), from the late reign of Richard II (ruled 1377-1399)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Male costume, 14th century, (1910)

Male costume, 14th century, (1910). Male dress of the reign of Richard II (1377-1399). The knight on the left wears a tall hat

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Varieties of the houppelande, c14th century, (1910)

Varieties of the houppelande, c14th century, (1910). The collar is large, and ornamental work in the shape of dagged embroidery has begun to show itself on the shoulders

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Richard II at his devotions, c 1380, (1910)

Richard II at his devotions, c 1380, (1910). The young king, (born 1367, ruled 1377-1399), wears the Houppelande (a voluminous gown worn by men and women)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Richard II and his father, the Black Prince, 14th century, (1910)

Richard II and his father, the Black Prince, 14th century, (1910). A young Richard II (ruled 1377-1399), and his father Edward the Black Prince

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Matrons, 14th century, (1910)

Matrons, 14th century, (1910). Costume from the early reign of Edward III (ruled 1327-1377), showing women of the well-to-do class

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladies dress, 14th century, (1910)

Ladies dress, 14th century, (1910). Costume from the second period (c1350-1360) of the reign of Edward III (ruled 1327-1377), showing vertical pockets, and giving an idea of the length of the tippet

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Womens dress, 14th century, (1910)

Womens dress, 14th century, (1910). Costume from the early reign of Edward III (ruled 1327-1377). The cincture around the hips of the middle figure is the forerunner of the jewelled belt of

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Artificers, 14th century, (1910)

Artificers, 14th century, (1910). The costume of artificers (skilled craftsmen) of the reign of Edward III (ruled 1327-1377)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ploughing, 14th century, (1910)

Ploughing, 14th century, (1910). Agricultural scene from the reign of Edward III (ruled 1327-1377). Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London, 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: A king at dinner, (1910)

A king at dinner, (1910). Medieval banqueting scene. The chief of the attendants wears a mantle without a capuchon (hood)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Male and female costume, c1350, (1910)

Male and female costume, c1350, (1910). The gentleman wears a close-fitting cote-hardi with a large-buckled hip-belt. To this is attached a gypciere (pouch) with a dagger thrust through it

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Mourning habits, 14th century, (1910)

Mourning habits, 14th century, (1910). Mourning dress from the reign of Edward III (ruled 1327-1377). The men wear a tight-fitting cote-hardi, buttoned down the front

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Costume of the 14th century, (1910)

Costume of the 14th century, (1910). Male dress from the early reign of Edward III (ruled 1327-1377). The sleeve of the cote-hardi became continuous to the wrist

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Edward III and the Earl of Flanders, 14th century, (1910)

Edward III and the Earl of Flanders, 14th century, (1910). King Edward (ruled 1327-1377) wears a dalmatica with wide sleeves, and a richly embroidered under-tunic

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Edward II, (1910)

Edward II, (1910). The king (ruled 1307-1327) and his courtiers. One of the figures wears a bliaut with bell-shaped sleeves

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Costume of the commonality, 14th century, (1910)

Costume of the commonality, 14th century, (1910). Every-day dress from the reign of Edward II ((1307-1327), featuring the pointed boot in vogue during the period

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Milkmaid and beggar, 1316, (1910)

Milkmaid and beggar, 1316, (1910). The beggar wears a horned hood which covers the shoulders like a cape. He carries a similarly dressed child on his back

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: The Balandrana, (1910)

The Balandrana, (1910). The medieval Balandrana is another name for the super-totus when made of rich material as a robe for parade, not just cold weather

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: King and Court, late 13th-14th century, (1910)

King and Court, late 13th-14th century, (1910). Medieval dress from the time of Edward II, (1272-1307)). The Court-pie was a short garment for cold weather

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Costume of the Four Seasons of the Year, (1910)

Costume of the Four Seasons of the Year, (1910). Medieval costumes worn in Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladys headdress, c1290, (1910)

Ladys headdress, c1290, (1910). Headdress of a well-to-do woman, consisting of a jewelled band, wimple and peplum showing modification in the early part of reign of Edward I

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Womens hairstyles, late 13th-early 14th century, (1910)

Womens hairstyles, late 13th-early 14th century, (1910). Hair-dressing from the time of Edward I, (1272-1307). It became the custom to lay aside the couvre-chef when indoors

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Ladies dress, 14th century, (1910)

Ladies dress, 14th century, (1910). Female costume from the time of Edward II, (1307-1327), consisting of a simple robe reaching to the ground, with tight-fitting sleeves and confined at the waist

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Knight, 1290, (1910)

Knight, 1290, (1910). The knight wears chain mail over a pot-de-fer, (iron skull-cap). Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London, 1910)

Background imageImages Dated 19th July 2006: Young girls, 13th century, (1910)

Young girls, 13th century, (1910). The robes are looped up in festoons to prevent them trailing on the ground. Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London)



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