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Extant Clothing - Woman's Coat (Zimarra). Circa last quarter 16th.C. to 1st. quarter 17th.C.

Clothing of Spanish nobleman Spanish man's doublet and trousers, ca 1575, LACMA

Close up detail from Petticoat [sottana] with sleeves, c.1560, Pisa, Museo di Palazzo Reale

Detail of a belt buried with Fernando de la Cerda, who died in about 1275. From the royal tombs at Burgos in Spain.

Bocksten Man - well-preserved man's clothing from the 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum.

12th Century Tunic from Palermo (1125-50), blue and gold silk, embroidered by gold, pearls and filigrees. Kunsthistorishes Museum, Vienna

Petticoat [sottana] with sleeves, Italian (Pisa), c.1560. Museo di Palazzo Reale. "The petticoat is made up of bodice, skirt (falda) and detached sleeves. The latter are decorated with small vertical slashes. The arrangement of the embroidered bands is identical to that of Eleonora’s funeral dress, as indeed is the tailoring."

Clothing of Friendrich von Stubenberg from 1574 now placed in Johanneum Styrian Regional Museum, Graz,

Brettchenborte aus Birka Grab 943

tablet weaving Birka grave no. 943