reconstruction of the Bocksten tunic, worn by Bocksten man, whose body was found in 1936 in Bocksten - a peat bog in Holland, in southwest Sweden. First half of 14th century.
Lady Florada. She knew nothing of her husband's evil plan, and yet many would hold that she had helped him.
Cote hardie from the 14th century. In France, the cote-hardie was a sleeved garment for outdoor wear that was first worn by the lower classes and later became more elegant, often fur-trimmed or fur-lined.
Different shapes of veils
How different shapes of veils look from side and behind.
14th century depiction of side-laced boots
Fragments, Italy, 14th century. Silk. Technique: two integrated fabric structures (plain weave plus plain weave). Gift of John Pierpont Morgan. 1902-1-293-a,b.