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60 Examples Of Real Medieval Clothing - An Evolution Of Fashion


Linen tunic with embroidered "jewelry" from grave of Queen Bathildis. (d. 680; buried at Chelles Abbey)
Leggings from the 8th century A.D.
Photograph of Skjoldehamn decorated trouserlegs. (Skjold harbor, Norway, ca 1050-1090)
Hose belonging to German Emperor Heinrich III., Speyr Dom, 1056.
Caftan of a chieftain, covered with Syrian silk featuring senmurvs Early 9th century Moshchevaya Balka burial ground, North-Western Caucasus, Stavropol Region Silk (samite), squirrel fur.
Tunic belonging to Heinrich II, first half of the 11th C. Abegg-Stiftung Foundation, Bern.
A tunic of the infante Don García (d. 1145 or 1146) son of the emperor Alfonso VII, was discovered in 1968 in his tomb in the Panteón Real. 
Tunic, 1125-1150.
Pouche 12th century, Musee Alfred Bonno, Chelles, (Sein-et-Marne) France.
A persian cloth thread robe 12th century.
Credited to Alb of St. Bernulf who died in 1056, but the garment is dated to 12th century.
Detail of cuff from Blue Dalmatic or Tunicella, embroidered with pearls in 1100s, Sicily.
Mittens, 12th century, Statens Historiska Museum, Stockholm.
Sock, Islamic 12th century.
The stockings from the collection of Imperial Regalia at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Weltliche Schatzkammer,  (12th century) These are made of red silk, with gold embroidery and tapestry-woven green silk cuffs.
Gown of Empress Matilda. Empress Matilda (c. 7 February 1102 – 10 September 1167), also known as Matilda of England.
Pellote of Enrique I (1203-1217) is made of silk, gold on edges.
Surcotte of infanta Marie (1235) made of white silk. Previously lined with fur. 
Made in the early 13th century for the coronation of Emperor Frederick II.
Pellote (1204-1217). Taffeta and brocade Silk fibers and yarns gimped in gold.
Saya of Leonora Aragon (1st half of 13th century).
Circa 1220, Holy Roman Empire.
Pellote of Leonora Aragon (1st half of 13th century).
Saya of Queen Leonor of Aragon, 1244, side lacing
Tunic, sword, and belt of Fernando de la Cerda, 13th Century. Found in the Royal Monastery of Las Huelgas, in Burgos, Spain.

Chasuble from 13th century is shown in Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Vienna.
Burial garment of Italian noble man Cagrande della Scala. (1329)
Eagle Dalmatic probably made for Louis of Bavaria, before 1350.
Surcotte of Anna 1362
Gold brocade dress of Margareta (1353 – 1412), Queen of Denmark, Sweden, & Norway.
Shoe, late 14th century.
Belt from 14th century.
This bird shoe was found in Haarlem, and is dated ca. 1300-1350.

"Dalmatic with pelicans was made in Italy (14th century) and now is in Abbeg Foundation, Riggisberg"
Aumoniere, 14th century France.
Purported to be commissioned or given as a diplomatic gift for Charlemagne’s coronation in 800. The work, now stored in the Vatican treasury, is actually a patriarch’s sakkos (tunic) that Constantinopolitan artists created in the 14th century.
Arming Cote (c. 1400)
Fencing doublet featuring a protruding peascod waist Western European about 1580 CE.
Belt of noble lady from end of 15th century, silk decorated by silver rose with Czech garnet.
A shoe with lattice cutwork on the vamp, 15th century.
15th century German trousers.
15th century Burgundian marshalled tabard.
15th century Italian cut velvet.

Poulaines, 15th century France.
A woman's glove, made about 1556. Worn as a favor in battle by Captain Sten Svantesson Sture in 1565 and thought to be given to him by Princess Sofia of Sweden.
Dress of Eleanora (1580)
Dress of Pfalzgrafin Dorothea Sabina, 1598
1600, child's dress
German bodice, 1660's
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