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Detail from The Resurrection of Lazarus by Gérard de Saint-Jean - whoa. Not only is this an awesome view of a girl's 15th century get up, but LOOK AT THE VIEW OF THE FOREHEAD LOOP.

Detail from The Resurrection of Lazarus by Gérard de Saint-Jean - whoa. Not only is this an awesome view of a girl's 15th century get up, but LOOK AT THE VIEW OF THE FOREHEAD LOOP.

Nice effigy, late XIV. Well, here's evidence for a plaque belt in this century; now I need one for women.

Nice effigy, late XIV. Well, here's evidence for a plaque belt in this century; now I need one for women.

Juliana de Crewe c. 1411, St Milburga's Church, Wixford, Warwickshire, England (FEETS!)

Juliana de Crewe c. 1411, St Milburga's Church, Wixford, Warwickshire, England (FEETS!)

Babes in Armor on Tumblr: Roman de la Rose. bodley30.bodley.ox.ac.uk

Babes in Armor on Tumblr: Roman de la Rose. bodley30.bodley.ox.ac.uk

Miniature object

Miniature object

Manuscript: BNF Français 167 Bible Moralisée Folio: 52v Dating: 1345-1355 From: Paris, France Holding Institution: Bibliothèque Nationale

Manuscript: BNF Français 167 Bible Moralisée Folio: 52v Dating: 1345-1355 From: Paris, France Holding Institution: Bibliothèque Nationale

BL Royal 16 G V Le livre de femmes nobles et renomées

BL Royal 16 G V Le livre de femmes nobles et renomées

BL Royal 16 G V f.19 - Hypispyle helping Thoas to escape by sea to Chios. [De claris mulieribus in an anonymous French translation (Le livre de femmes nobles et renomées) - G. Boccaccio - 1440] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_mulieribus_claris]

BL Royal 16 G V f.19 - Hypispyle helping Thoas to escape by sea to Chios. [De claris mulieribus in an anonymous French translation (Le livre de femmes nobles et renomées) - G. Boccaccio - 1440] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_mulieribus_claris]

Artemisia personally leading her army, by the Talbot Master. From Boccacio, de mulieribus claris/Le livre de femmes nobles et renomées (trad. anonyme), c. 1440, northern French (Rouen). British Library, Royal 16 G V fol. 69

Artemisia personally leading her army, by the Talbot Master. From Boccacio, de mulieribus claris/Le livre de femmes nobles et renomées (trad. anonyme), c. 1440, northern French (Rouen). British Library, Royal 16 G V fol. 69

Hypsicratea of Pontus. From Boccaccio, Des cleres et nobles femmes, De claris mulieribus in an anonymous French translation c. 1400-25, French (Paris). British Library MS Royal 20 C V col. 119. Hypsicratea cut her hair and followed her husband (Mithridates VI) into battle. He later killed the son she bore him.

Hypsicratea of Pontus. From Boccaccio, Des cleres et nobles femmes, De claris mulieribus in an anonymous French translation c. 1400-25, French (Paris). British Library MS Royal 20 C V col. 119. Hypsicratea cut her hair and followed her husband (Mithridates VI) into battle. He later killed the son she bore him.