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    Back seam bag sleeve for houpelandes - avoids the turkey wattle look

    Bag Sleeve Tailoring Methods – Beating the Wattle - La cotte simple

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    Christine de Pizan, comparée à la courtisane grecque Léonce - Le Livre des cleres femmes - Boccace, Paris, vers 1403 - BNF, Manuscrits français 12420, f. 93 - Dans son épître Ut sunt mores, Jean de Montreuil compare de manière injurieuse Christine de Pizan critiquant Jean de Meun à la courtisane grecque Léonce attaquant le philosophe Théophraste. 2 manuscrits français des Cleres femmes de Boccace, contemporains de la Querelle, présentent cette femme savante, courtisée, devant sa roue à livres

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    Lady Elizabeth, Oxfordshire North Leigh by jmc4 - Church Explorer, via Flickr Cloak clasps and another livery collar. and that padded roll

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    [British Library, Egerton MS 1121 f. 38]

    Fantastical Beafts | I’m still looking for more medieval frogs, but...

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    Effigy of Ilaria del Carretto, dead 1405, Tuscany. Made by Jacopa della Quercia, c.1406.

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    Abu Ma'shar | Virgo | Astrological Treatises | ca. 1402 | The Morgan Library & Museum

    Astrological Treatises, in Latin | Like a (Well-Dressed) Virgin

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    Bezpośredni odnośnik do obrazka

    Roman de la Rose on Twitter

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    The 14th century houppelande, with its extravagant use of fabric, was a symbol of wealth in medieval times when every scrap of cloth was precious.

    The World's Best Photos of houppelande - Flickr Hive Mind

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    .:. Castello della Manta (Saluzzo), fresco cycle in the Baronial Hall, 1420.

    Vertigo1871 | Castello della Manta (Saluzzo), fresco cycle in...

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    c. 1400 detail from Three Ladies. France or Bohemia

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    ca. 1416 statue of Jeanne de Boulogne, Duchess of Berry (c.1378-c.1424), by Jean de Cambrai (d.1438), currently situated in the Bourges Cath... She's beautiful ♥

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    Woman in a Houppelande by medievalarchive, via Flickr

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    Houpeland pattern, ca 1450 Kohle? Wilcox? Laver? check the books.

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    “L'Offrande du coeur” by a Master of the Arras School, 1400-1410

    mdp15th c.

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    “L'Offrande du coeur” by a Master of the Arras School, 1400-1410

    Madame de Pompadour (“L'Offrande du coeur” by a Master of the Arras...)

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    British Library, Yates Thompson 3, detail of f. 172v. Book of Hours, Use of Rome (‘The Dunois Hours’). Paris, c. 1440 - c. 1450 (after 1436). ‘Lust’.

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    Houppelande with headdress - reconstruction of a 15th century Burgundian gown ...

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    Sopravveste femminile databile tra l'ultimo decennio del XIV e il primo del XV secolo.pellanda italia

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    William Willoughby (1410)

    Effigies & Brasses: William Willoughby (1410)

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    Eroi ed eroine 1420 circa Musei italiani

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    The Nine Worthies and the Nine Worthy Women, Detail of Teuta, C.1418-30 Giacomo Jaquerio

    The Nine Worthies and the Nine Worthy Women, Detail of Teuta, C.1418-30 Lámina giclée por Giacomo Jaquerio en AllPosters.es

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    1440 This is a saint, I can't remember which one, but it's the same one with the plate of boobs. (you've seen that portrait, don't pretend you haven't)

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    Lucca, Ilaria Del Carretto. The face of Ilaria del Carretto from her tomb, sculpted by Jacopo della Quercia. Ilaria del Carretto (1379 – 8 December 1405) was an Italian noblewoman and the second wife of Paolo Guinigi, the lord of Lucca from 1400 to 1430. She died in Lucca at the age of twenty-six after giving birth to her daughter. Her marble sarcophagus is now located in the Cathedral of San Martino in Lucca. She reclines peacefully with a dog, symbol of fidelity, at her feet.

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    Schachzabel, early 15th century

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    Medieval silk brocade houppelande of early 15th by LadyMalinaCom. Just HAD to pin this, even if it is for a guy. Stupendous.

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