Cracial abbreviated beginning in the time of Herod Antipas, Persecutor of Christendom, and ending the year of grace millet IIc and LXXVI ", or" book dealing in brief of the emperors ", by David Aubert.
Dress made of silk (replica of 14th century Spanish/Italian fabric, currently at Metropolitan Museum of Art). White silk velvet on the bottom edge and on the lining of the long open sleeves. Inspired and based on 'April' from 'The Very Rich Hours of Jean Duc de Berry' https://www.facebook.com/LadyMalinaCom/
Christin de Pisan dress: Made of blue silk with small gold flower pattern and white linen lining. The cut based on many well known depictions of Christine de Pisan - well fitted body and an open sleeve.