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Such a beautiful outfit on the man! I love the different shads of grey used. And a pretty little embroidered apron on the lady too. "gentilhomme suysse, damoiselle de suysset d'alentour" Which might mean Swiss Gentleman, Swiss Lady and surrounding areas. D'Heere, Lucas. 1575, page 33

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Tacuinum Sanitatis, (BNF NAL 1673), c. 1390-1400: linen clothing (fol. 94v)