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    Appareled Alb / Vestments of St. Thomas à Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral (12th Century)

    11-12 в. Appareled Alb Vestments of St. Thomas Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral

    12th Century Vestments of St. Thomas à Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral

    12th Century alb, diocesan museum in Viterbo, Italy.

    The Bliaut throughout 12th Century Europe Chartres: See the knife-pleats and the long sleeves with geometric trim on the edges. Notice that her sleeves are square at the bottom.

    This is from an excellent blog and the photo shows smocking of a gore on a 12th century alb. Wow... I might need to do this.

    …my white 12th century silk “Trapunto” underdress finished! :D. To date, this is the only technique that I have seen that correctly recreates the look of a 12th century chemise.

    Painted Linen! 12th century, German, Linen

    Chasuble of Thomas Becket, ca 1170, Notre Dame Cathedral

    12th century Scottish

    11-12 в. Appareled Alb Vestments of St. Thomas Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral

    Sicilian silk design 12th century

    Vestments of St. Thomas à Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral (12th Century)

    Wounded U.S. soldiers attending Mother's Day service in a destroyed Coventry Cathedral, 1945

    The stone referring to King Richard III at Leicester Cathedral, the spot where the recently discovered remains will interred.

    12th century clothing of Scotland

    Glastonbury Abbey ruins, Glastonbury, Somerset, England. From at least the 12th century the Glastonbury area was frequently associated with the legend of King Arthur, a connection promoted by medieval monks who asserted that Glastonbury was Avalon. Christian legends have also claimed that the abbey was founded by Joseph of Arimathea in the 1st century.

    11-12 в. Appareled Alb Vestments of St. Thomas Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral

    Brigandine, leather, Paris, late 1400's | Flickr. Unlike armour for the torso made from large plates, the brigandine was flexible, with a degree of movement between each of the overlapping plates. The rivets, or nails, attaching the plates to the fabric were often decorated, being gilt, or of latten, and sometimes embossed with a design. Medieval brigandines were essentially a refinement of the earlier coat of plates, which developed in the late 12th century.

    The Lundberry Cope / By Dominican Sisters at St Dominic’s Priory in North Adelaide, South Australia, in 1906 / 8 embroidered rectangular compartments on the orphreys contain within trefoiled arches Saints Antoninus, Raymond, Augustine, Rose of Lima, Catherine of Siena, Thomas Aquinas, Francis and Vincent. On the hood is a representation of St Dominic, attended by Pope Honorius III, receiving the rosary from the Blessed Virgin, enthroned and with the Christ Child on her knee.

    A more detailed view of the orphrey - New Liturgical Movement: 12th Century Vestments of St. Thomas à Becket, Treasury of Sens Cathedral