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Medieval period

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10th Century Archives  Carolingian Fashion Period 987 to 1270

Carolingian, Capetian period. Variety of costume. Women in the 12th to 14th century. Emblazoned gowns. The bliaud. Pelisses. Cotte-hardie.

History and Women: Hair styles of the medieval period

Hair adornments in medieval times Accessories used to Stylize Hair during Medieval Period During medieval times it was difficult to imagine a person without headwear. Excluding the children, it was compulsory to wear head pieces whether they were men or women belonging to all ages. At that time headwears were not only decorative pieces but also played a part in defining people's etiquettes and elegancy, moreover it was a part of social standing of people in society. We can say that the war…

Lengberg Castle, located in southwest Austria, was built by the earls of Lechsgemünde beginning in the late 12th century. During an extensive reconstruction in the summer of 2008, a vault filled wi…

Lengberg Castle, located in southwest Austria, was built by the earls of Lechsgemünde beginning in the late 12th century. During an extensive reconstruction in the summer of 2008, a vault filled wi…

Abszurd kalap és extra magas homlok. A 15. század során egy különös, kúp formájú, fátylas kalap, a hennin közel 60 évig(!) trendi női viselet volt, magas homlokkal kombinálva. Mai szerepe már csak annyi, hogy ha gyerekünk tündérkirálylány szeretne lenni farsangkor, kikölcsönözhetünk neki egy tüll ruhacsodát varázspálcával, csúcsos föveggel, és kész a...

A 15. század során egy különös, kúp formájú, fátylas kalap, a hennin közel 60 évig(!) trendi nő...

A man-at-arms and an array of weaponry you would find on a battlefield around the time of the Wars Of The Roses (Shakespeare's invention), 1450-1500 and into the reign of Henry VII Tudor. Losers were given short shrift!

Stride the fields between Towton and Saxton, where Yorkist met Lancastrian on Palm Sunday, 1461. Although outnumbered, Edward IV's army won the day. Henry VI fled with his queen to Scotland.