Middle Ages fashion history in Germany. | Costume History
Judith of France, Queen of Wessex (The Freelance History Writer)
Early Medieval clothing: Frankish women from the time of the Merovingian dynasty wore colourful tunics, fastened with two belts and a band of precious materials. They wore their hair in long pleats, covered with veils or caps.
Bertha of Kent, Canterbury Cathedral. She was a Merovingian princess and the wife of Aethelberht l, King of Kent.
844 Judith of Flanders, Queen of Wessex Spouse's Aethelwulf, King of Wessex & Baldwin I of Flanders Issue: Baldwin II, Charles, and Raoul Father was Charles the Bald and Mother Ermetrude of Orlenas born 843 and died after 870
An Anglo Saxon King & and Anglo Saxon Queen
The Carolingian Fashion Period 987 to 1270
French queen and nobility costumes, second half of the Century.
Turkish well-to-do lady from Istanbul.
Aethelbert King of Wessex (c. Son of Aethelwulf and Osburh.