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Japanese Edo Period waraji (sandles).

Japanese Edo Period waraji (sandles).

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Antique Edo period Japanese momohiki (tight fitting pants), this type was worn by ashigaru (foot soldiers).

Waraji sandals. Sandals were made from various sorts of material, including straw, hemp, and cotton thread.  Usually associated with the lower class.

Sandals were made from various sorts of material, including straw, hemp, and cotton thread. Usually associated with the lower class.

Second century wood shoe with attached wool fragments from the site of Martres de Veyre - France. The wood is identified as beech wood.

Gallo - Roman artifacts on display in the Musée d'archéologie Bargoin in Clermont, France

Hakama.

Hakama.

Yoroi hakama (armored pants), these are kusari hakama, they have kusari (chain armor) sewn between layers of cloth.

Yoroi hakama (armored pants), these are kusari hakama, they have kusari (chain armor) sewn between layers of cloth.

Assembled set of antique Japanese lacquered iron samurai armor, including: helmet (kabuto) with flaring crest (maedate); "soft" cuirass (do) of individual scales and chain-maille; pending hanging tassets (kusazuri); pair ladies' (?) armored sleeves (kote) of diminutive size, with ornate hex-patterned fabric backing, and with hand guards (tekko); pair thigh guards (haidate); and pair gilt decorated leather shin guards (suneate); (flaws, worn, some losses); Edo Period or earlier

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