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Early Middle Ages

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The monks of the middle ages lead very simple lives as they do today. They did not have as much money as the secular part of the clergy did, so they wore just black, white, or brown hooded robes with a belt tied around the waist. Larp, Priest Robes, Priest Clothing, Priest Outfit, Santo Angelo, Middle Ages Clothing, Holy Symbol, Middle Age Fashion, Early Middle Ages

Clothing of the Middle Ages

Hi guys! My theme today is the average age ... Well, back then few people smoke here Afford to dress elegantly. The clergy was dresses in long dresses and dark wool, and went bareffot or with shoes couro. Were always with props from his religon. The nobility, as a way to cultivate obedience, wore very fine clothes.Often the clothes were embroidered with gold and contained many gems. The people dressed in plain clothes and practices for their profession, they were generally simple tunics and…

Ganaches, also spelled garnaches, and gardcorps were over coats worn by men of all social classes during the Middle Ages (c. 500–c. 1500). Most likely made of thicker wool, the primary purpose of these garments was to protect the wearer from inclement weather and provide warmth. Middle Age Fashion, High Middle Ages, Medieval Life, Medieval Costume, Fantasy Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Sacred Art, Cloak, Fashion History

Garnaches

Ganaches, also spelled garnaches, and gardcorps were over coats worn by men of all social classes during the Middle Ages (c. 500–c. 1500). Most likely made of thicker wool, the primary purpose of these garments was to protect the wearer from inclement weather and provide warmth.

During the Middle Ages, or 500 – 1500 A.D., leather shoes were made using the turnshoe production method in Northern and Central Europe. The Middle Ages were nevertheless a time in which footwear truly flourished. New types of shoes were introduced, heels were invented, and even Goodyear-welted shoes were developed during this period. Cow Leather, Leather Craft, Leather Shoes, Vikings, Medieval Boots, Leather Moccasins, How To Make Shoes, Leather Accessories, Types Of Shoes

Medieval boots

During the Middle Ages, or 500 – 1500 A.D., leather shoes were made using the turnshoe production method in Northern and Central Europe. The Middle Ages were nevertheless a time in which footwear truly flourished. New types of shoes were introduced, heels were invented, and even Goodyear-welted shoes were developed during this period.

Yer Heade: Part II Early Middle Ages, upper class women wears fillet with a barbetteEarly Middle Ages, upper class women wears fillet with a barbette Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Art, Historical Clothing, Historical Photos, Medieval Hairstyles, High Middle Ages

On Yer Heade: Part II

Period Head Coverings Or alternately, What Hat Goes with My Outfit? 13th Century This post comes from a class I taught. It evolved from me standing in front of the mirror, event after event, trying…

This is an example of the jewelry pieces worn by Byzantine empresses: a gold bracelet dating approximately to AD 400. Jewelers at the time possessed a variety of artisanal skills including goldworking. Byzantine Gold, Byzantine Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Gold Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Roman Jewelry

Byzantine Jewelry

This is an example of the jewelry pieces worn by Byzantine empresses: a gold bracelet dating approximately to AD 400. Jewelers at the time possessed a variety of artisanal skills including goldworking.

The crusader dress was characterized by the new fabrics and printing pattern techniques that were brought back from their conquests. Muslin, dimity, silk damask, and cotton became popular. Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Pirate, Renaissance Clothing, Renaissance Fashion, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Medieval Cloak, Medieval Costume, Renaissance Costume

Crusader Dress

The crusader dress was characterized by the new fabrics and printing pattern techniques that were brought back from their conquests. Muslin, dimity, silk damask, and cotton became popular.

This showcases both men and women's dress during the late Middle Ages. This also shows a kirtle, which was an under garment worn by men and women. Medieval Hats, Medieval Life, Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, 15th Century Fashion, 14th Century Clothing, 15th Century Dress

Medieval Kirtle

After making a medieval smock, it was time for a kirtle! Definitions are tricky, and I’m no expert on Medieval fashion, but as far as I could find the term ‘kirtle’ generally just…

Monks and nuns would dress in garments that would resemeble the poor, wishing to be considered as "worldly", wearing long tunics and head dresses. Early Middle Ages, Christian Church, Priest, Headdress, Long Tunics, Head Coverings, Period, Portraits, Painting

Monastic dress

Monks and nuns would dress in garments that would resemeble the poor, wishing to be considered as "worldly", wearing long tunics and head dresses.

A heavily jewled scarf that would wrap around the shoulders and front of the body. Became the insignia of the emperor Religious Icons, Religious Art, Portrait Photos, Empire Romain, Byzantine Art, Byzantine Mosaics, Hagia Sophia, Orthodox Icons, Medieval Art

Byzantine Pallium

A heavily jewled scarf that would wrap around the shoulders and front of the body. Became the insignia of the emperor

Byzantine Mosaics of Angels from Sicily Byzantine Mosaics, Byzantine Art, Byzantine Icons, Hagia Sophia Istanbul, Ravenna Italy, Fall Of Constantinople, Early Middle Ages, Popular Art, Religious Icons

Byzantine Mosaics of Angels from Sicily - Hagia Sophia History

Byzantine Mosaics- Mosaics were one of the most popular art forms in the Byzantine Empire. Produced from the 4th to 15th centuries. The mosaics are made of stone, marble, and often coarse crystals.

The so-called “Dalmatic of Charlemagne”. Gift of the Patriarch of Constantinople, Isidore of Kiev to Pope Eugene IV The only medieval liturgical vestment kept in. Medieval Clothing, Medieval Art, Men's Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Historical Photos, Textiles, Holy Art, Art Du Monde

Medieval Love

mediumaevum: “ The so-called “Dalmatic of Charlemagne”. Eleventh century. Gift of the Patriarch of Constantinople, Isidore of Kiev (1439) to Pope Eugene IV (1431-1447) The only medieval liturgical...

Byzantine textiles were woven and created on specialized looms that originated from Asia. While the most luxurious textiles were woven by silk and were given to those that were considered wealthy. Textiles, Textile Patterns, Byzantine Architecture, Art And Architecture, Fall Of Constantinople, Art Roman, Early Middle Ages, Byzantine Art, Roman Empire

Byzantine Textile

Byzantine textiles were woven on special looms that was adopted from Asia. The textiles that showed Byzantine wealth were woven with silk.

Richly Decorated Tunic, A. Tapestry weave in polychrome and undyed wool on plain-weave ground of undyed wool; applied borders with pattern and brocading weft in polychrome wool and undyed linen. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Textiles, Egypt Museum, Early Middle Ages, Byzantine Art, Early Christian, Fashion Project, Celtic Designs, Tapestry Weaving, Historical Clothing

Richly Decorated Tunic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tunic with Red-Ground Ornaments Featuring Late Antique MotifsThe bright colors, bold schematic figures, and contrasting vegetal tracery of the ornamental insets give this fine woolen tunic a strong visual appeal

Saint Nicolas by Damaskenos, Michael - Wall Art Giclee Print or Canvas Byzantine Art, Byzantine Icons, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Baptism Of Christ, Christian Artwork, Saint Nicolas, Religion, Russian Icons

Why Vestments? An Introduction to Liturgical Textiles of the Post-Byzantine World

Guest blogger Warren T. Woodfin examines the role of liturgical vestments in the post-Byzantine era.

Liripipe - a hood with a long, hanging peak, worn originally by medieval academics and later adopted for general wear in the and centuries. Medieval Costume, Medieval Dress, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Antique Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Sewing Dress, 14th Century Clothing

Extant originals - European medieval, Hood

Chaperon - a hooded shoulder cape with a hanging tail, usually called a liripipe, cornet, or tippet.