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Caftan - Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 9th century, Moshchevaya Balka, Hermitage. St. Petersburg Copyright Martina a Martin Høibovi © 2006

Kaftan button detail, Central Asia, 9-10th century.

Child's Tunic with Hood 430-620AD The Ancient Hoodie. Now that I've documented it, everyone will want one... At least, my kids will. Tapestry weave in purple-colored, red-brown, and undyed wool on plain-weave ground of green wool; fringes in green and red-brown along the perimeter of the hood and lower edges

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

1560-1580 cape, Spanish, made of silk and metal thread, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (fabric, decorative details in color)

Tunic of Heinrich II. or more probably of Kunigunda, 1st half of 11th century, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Bern

Tunic. 5th-6th Century Egypt

Collar detail of Tunic from Skjoldehamn (Andøy, Norway) found in 1936, dated to around 1050.

Date: late 16th or early 17th century Culture: British Medium: Silk and metal thread on linen Dimensions: L. 21 3/4 x W. 7 1/4 inches (55.2 x 18.4 cm)

Tunic of Francis of Assisi is in St. Francesco church in Assisi (1226)