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2009年2月21日 - 震撼 - 念父

Begging forgiveness from King perhaps?

Abiside, in the Iglesia de San Pere de Bugal, Lerida.  End of 11th Cent, Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona.

Abiside, in the Iglesia de San Pere de Bugal, Lerida. End of Cent, Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona.

Kram Jaromiry i Dalebory: slowianie_damskie

Kram Jaromiry i Dalebory: slowianie_damskie (I like the look! Again, a maiden's hair would be uncovered)

Matilda of Flanders c.1100

Century Norman Clothing Women Good example of the dress of a Norman noblewoman during the and early century, showing queen Matilda, wife of William the Conqueror.

The Lombards or Longobards (Latin: Langobardi, Italian Longobardi [loŋɡoˈbardi]) were a Germanic people who ruled large parts of the Italian Peninsula from 568 to 774.

sartorialadventure: “Byzantine clothing of the century ” the Palio di Legnano Costumes, century

Beautiful warrior woman in hanfu.

Beautiful warrior woman in hanfu. This is a great portrait of what Quen might look like, but with glacial blue eyes & a silver streak in her hair.

Early medieval fashion in France (Gallic, Gallo-Roman, Merovingian, Carolingian). Augustin Challamel, "The History of Fashion in France" (1882)

petticoatguru: “ Early medieval fashion in France (Gallic, Gallo-Roman, Merovingian, Carolingian). Augustin Challamel, The history of fashion in France ”

Something about this outfit makes the bliaut look more "real" and less "costume."  Maybe it's the veil and wimple?

Beautiful Bliaut: Queen Genevieve II of Ealdormere at her Coronation in the Canton of Greyfells. The dress was made by Ross Weaver and the photo was taken by Kyle Anderson.

thorsberg

Reconstruction of textiles and clothing from the Thorsberg Moor site by the Textilmuseum Neumünster. A few hundred years older than the Viking age, but interesting for garment history purposes.

I made something very similar to that dress...

Last September at Emprise of the Black Lion (that’s the event I made the cute horse and lion buckles for!) I was asked by the crown prince of An Tir to consider making his and his princess…

In which I am stymied by sleeves, but have finally found what I’m looking for.

1490s sleeve frustration

Kristýna Petříčková This is one of the prettiest replications of a Burgundian gown I have ever seen! <<Wow, this is my most popular pin by far.

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