Slide No.14
Under tunic, outer tunic, sagum
(mantle), brais/bracchae, laced with tibialia

Slide No.15
Gold man, simple knee length tunic.

Slide No.16
Viking, Celtic influence, fur tunic and fur brais/bracchae.

Slide No.17
Stain glass is beginning to appear. One size fits all
clothes, tunic over brais/bracchae, soft heuzi (shoes) .

Slide No.18
Tunic, brais/bracchae with tibialia.

Slide No.19
Liripipe/Bardocucullus - hooded short cape.
Note: no dagging or exaggerated length as later in Gothic.

Slide No.20
Bliaut or Gunna a snug fitting, dropped waist dress,
usually laced to fit. Worn with a chemise (kirtle) underneath.
Girdled (belted) on outside sometimes. Long braids, hair uncut.

Slide No.21
Bliaut, the extra length was to
keep legs warm while sitting in drafty castles.

Slide No.22
Roman revival, draped effect on statues,
sagum (cape), women snug bliaut, v-neck, girdle, (belt).

Slide No.23
Romanesque cathedral at Vezelay,
France. Note: rounded arch with striped effect.

Slide No.24
Castle, royalty lived in grand castles with
a great room; serfs lived in hovels, huts.
Slide No.25
Charlemagne - simple helmet crown, tunic, sagum/mantle,
brais/bracchae, hose cross gartered to knee with tibialia, heuzi (shoes).

Slide No.26
Bayeaux tapestry - depicts the 1066 Norman Conquest. Soldiers
in helmets with nose guards, chain mail tunics, heavily wrapped legs.

Slide No.27
Bayeaux tapestry - 231' long by 2' wide, best source
of information about Romanesque dress and battle tactics.

Slide No.28
Heraldic symbols - coats of arms, colors of a
particular noble house used by knights to show
who they represented much like today's jockey's.

S lide No.29
Knights/chivalry. Time of the crusades to the Holy
Land. Jousting for the honor of a lady. Suit of armor
for man and horse. Tabards and surcoats were covers
for armor. They were adopted as a fashion item for men
and women. Note head gear on ladies - headrail and chin strap.

Slide No. 30 - Chemise/kirtle (basic undergarment).

Slide No. 31- Bliaut dress worn over chemise/kirtle.

Slide No.32
Bliaut with surcoat (sleeveless over garment)
hair caught up in a caul (net) at the ears.

Slide No.33 - Milk maid - Bliaut, headrail, chin strap (barbette).

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