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  • Eden Fuller of Redenhall

    13th Century Surcotte of infanta Marie (+1235) made of white silk. Probably previously lined with fur. Museo del Traje, Madrid

  • MARIA JOSE SAEZ

    GARNACHA DE LA INFANTA MARIA DE LEON 1235

  • Pamela Saunders

    Funeral garment (surcotte) of Infanta Maria (d. 1235). Exhumed from the Monastery of Las Huelgas, Burgos. Madrid. Of white silk, robably previously lined with fur. Museo del Traje, Madrid, Spain. [or Burgos now?]

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