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Arming Cote of Black Prince made from blue and red velvet, embroidered, padded with wool, lined with satin and quilted vertically (ca 1376). A comparative study of extant garments relevant to East Denmark in the mid-to-late 14th Century

Arming Cote of Black Prince made from blue and red velvet, embroidered, padded with wool, lined with satin and quilted vertically (ca 1376). A comparative study of extant garments relevant to East Denmark in the mid-to-late 14th Century

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum. Some information about pattern.

Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum. Some information about pattern.

Coat Armor (jupon) of Charles VI of France, late 14th century.    “In Medieval and Renaissance Europe, […] in addition to mail and plate armor, […] knights and men-at-arms wore armor made of fabric, many-layered and heavily quilted body armor known as a gambeson (worn under mail and early plate armor), or a jupon (worn alone or over a mail shirt).”

Coat Armor (jupon) of Charles VI of France, late 14th century. “In Medieval and Renaissance Europe, […] in addition to mail and plate armor, […] knights and men-at-arms wore armor made of fabric, many-layered and heavily quilted body armor known as a gambeson (worn under mail and early plate armor), or a jupon (worn alone or over a mail shirt).”

Hans Weigel - PARMA: Nobilis Foemina Parmensis in Italia. Ein Edle Fraw von Parma  1577 http://www.pahor.de/data/product-list/53522.jpg

Hans Weigel - PARMA: Nobilis Foemina Parmensis in Italia. Ein Edle Fraw von Parma 1577 http://www.pahor.de/data/product-list/53522.jpg

Hose worn below armor in 14-15th century, Bayrische National Museum, Munchen. Photo - bildindex.de

Hose worn below armor in 14-15th century, Bayrische National Museum, Munchen. Photo - bildindex.de

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