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Guillaume de Digulleville, Le Pèlerinage de la Vie humaine (deuxième tiers du XIVe siècle), Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, Ms.1130, f°007v, « Official de Moïse célébrant un mariage (L') »

"Jeanne de Bourbon" 1390 14th century Sideless gown, surcote with plastron is attached in the front. Hair is has a net like plaited coiled over the ears and a fillet

late 14th century Northern Italy detail of ivory mirror case Koechlin no. 1109 London, the British Museum http://gothicivories.courtauld.ac.uk/images/ivory/6c05ec9b_d70c73e1.html

1562: Doublet and Trunkhose worn by Don Garzia de Medici, Italian. Palazo Pitti (Florence) Collection.

European arming doublet, 1550-1650, repaired c. 1937 by Leonard Heinrich. Leather, linen, flax fiber, steel, and brass. Center Back Length: 25 1/4 inches (64.1 cm) Waist: 36 1/2 inches (92.7 cm) 9 lb. (4.08 kg) Philadelphia museum of Art. Gallery 246, Arms and Armor, second floor (Kretzschmar von Kienbusch Galleries) Bequest of Carl Otto Kretzschmar von Kienbusch, 1977

Orkney Hood. Made of wool. Made between 250 - 615 AD. Discovered in a bog on the Scottish island of Orkney in 1867 and was most likely worn by a child (image National Museums of Scotland) http://www.archaeologyonline.org/Documents/TheOrkneyHood.pdf

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum. Found in bog. Some information about pattern.

Underpants of Svante Stures murdered in 1567 are now located in © Museum Uppsala, Sweden

Bocksten Cloak - woolen cloak dated to 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum