Wojciech Szymczykowski

Wojciech Szymczykowski

Wojciech Szymczykowski
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Of all the skirts, which were unearthed in the old Scandinavian Cemetery in Herjolfsnes (today Ikigaat) in Greenland, probably the coat-like garment, which was awarded nummren 63 and 64 being the most impressive. Interestingly, the strongly reminiscent of the rather broad and pleated skirts depicted from 1300's final decades. An example is Thomas Occleves portrait of Geoffrey Chaucer from his The Registration Mine Principum from 1412 (12 years after the author's colleague's death).

For James Of all the skirts, which were unearthed in the old Scandinavian Cemetery in Herjolfsnes (today Ikigaat) in Greenland, probably the coat-like garment, which was awarded nummren 63 and 64 being the most impressive.

towards the middle of the 14th century, people started to wear soled hose which did away with the need for shoes altogether.

towards the middle of the century, people started to wear soled hose which did away with the need for shoes altogether.