Medieval Costume, Armor and Weapons

Eduar Wagner, Zoroslava Drobna, Jan Durdik
52 Piny4 Obserwujący
Copyright by Dover Publications, Inc.

Copyright by Dover Publications, Inc.

(i) The costume of an upper-class dandy: a close-6tting plded doublet with long, sacklike sleeves and an ornamental belt over the hips; parti-.coloured hose. (2) The costume of a wealthy German nobleman of the year 1405 from the Bellifortis MS: an outer garment developed from the overtunic (probably a type of houppelande) which acquired various shapes, lengths and sleeve styles. Beneath the garment one sees the under sleeves, which are full but close-fitting at the wrist.

(i) The costume of an upper-class dandy: a close-6tting plded doublet with long, sacklike sleeves and an ornamental belt over the hips; parti-.coloured hose. (2) The costume of a wealthy German nobleman of the year 1405 from the Bellifortis MS: an outer garment developed from the overtunic (probably a type of houppelande) which acquired various shapes, lengths and sleeve styles. Beneath the garment one sees the under sleeves, which are full but close-fitting at the wrist.

Bohemian male costume from the beginning of the 15th century.

Bohemian male costume from the beginning of the 15th century.

Czec nobleman.

Czec nobleman.

Upper-cIass Czech male costumes.

Upper-cIass Czech male costumes.

Czech male costume 15th century.

Czech male costume 15th century.

The Murder of Eglon.

The Murder of Eglon.

Bohemian nobility.

Bohemian nobility.

Czech costumes.

Czech costumes.

Czech male costumes from the years 1430—40. (i) The tunic of the jailor from the painting “St. James tends the Sick”. It is caught up in the front. He wears boots with three straps. () The executioner in the painting “The Capture of St. James” wears a tunic that is slit down the centre front and Lined with a diiërent material; he has a length of cloth twisted round his waist and a cloak, lined with contrasting material,

Czech male costumes from the years 1430—40. (i) The tunic of the jailor from the painting “St. James tends the Sick”. It is caught up in the front. He wears boots with three straps. () The executioner in the painting “The Capture of St. James” wears a tunic that is slit down the centre front and Lined with a diiërent material; he has a length of cloth twisted round his waist and a cloak, lined with contrasting material,

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