Past: Head: Bycocket

The Robin Hood Hat. Seen in manuscripts and painting from early 14th c to late 16th c. Mostly common in 14th and 15th c.
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A list of activities, discussions, and assignments to support teaching the Middle Ages. Many of these suggestions can be adjusted for different ages, but I’ve arranged them in a roughly age-progressive order.

Uta von Schauenburg holding a dog from Weingartener Stifterbüchlein (circa 1510) by an unknown artist. Wikimedia.

Another Robin Hood hat. Uta von Schauenburg holding a dog from Weingartener Stifterbüchlein (circa by an unknown artist.

1338-1340 Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Siena: Allegoria dell'Inverno Allegory of Winter

Medieval Snowballs - Retronaut Allegory of Winter by Ambrogio Lorenzetti, fresco at the Palazzo Publico in Siena, c.

Book of Hours, MS M.1004 fol. 149v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Hybrid man, wearing hat, holding shield with human face in left hand and spear in right hand

Le Livre de la Chasse. Fol 50. c 1407. Paris, France.

Fol. 50

1380, Agnolo Gaddi, The History of the True Cross, Florence

Bycocket plus veil - "I love this hat veil mix! - Agnolo Gaddi - detail of St. Helena from the Discovery of the True Cross"

1367, Bartolo di Fredi, Crossing the Red Sea

Bartolo di Fredi, Crossing the Red Sea - look at all that clothing/headwear variation! and babywearing!

1336-41, Buffalmacco, Anchorites in the Thebaid, Pisa

Tacuinum Medieval: The pointed hat womenswear / The bycocket in women's garb

The Petites Heures of Anne of Brittany (BNF NAL 3027, fol. 6r), c. 1499-1514. France

The Petites Heures of Anne of Brittany (BNF NAL 3027, fol. 6r), c. 1499-1514. France

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