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Frankish Queen and Noblewomen costumes

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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.

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.

Ethelwulf, King of Wessex, was born in 795 in Aachen, died 13 January 858 at age 63, and was buried in Steyning Church, then The Old Minster and now in Winchester Cathedral.  He married Osburga of Isle of Wight, daughter of Oslac of Isle of Wight, Grand Butler of England.

Æthelwulf ("Noble Wolf"), King of Wessex - Father of Alfred The Great and my Paternal Great Grandfather. - Depiction of Æthelwulf by an unknown artist

Hincmar of Rheims

Hincmar Of Rheims

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Likely silk gown, as the fold indicate fabric is thin & flowing . Possibly Italian or lower France regions where it gets hot. century fashion , no link.

Charles the Bald (13 June 823 – 6 October 877) was the King of West Francia (843–77), King of Italy (875–77) and Holy Roman Emperor (875–77, as Charles II).  38th and 39th Grandfather

Charles the Bald June 823 – 6 October Holy Roman Emperor as Charles II) and King of West Francia as Charles II). Generation 39 on family tree.

English Mannerism: Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, 1546, a rare English Mannerist portrait by a Flemish immigrant.

English Mannerism: Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, 1546

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This is an example of a Redingote. These were long coat like garments that women wore over there dresses during the time of the French Revolution.

Queen Bertrada of Laon, also called Bertrada Broadfoot, consort of Pepin the Short, mother of Charlemagne. Statue is located in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris.

Queen Bertrade de Laon also called Berthe au Grand Pied (Broadfoot), consort of Pepin le Bref, mother of Charlemagne. Statue is located in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris

Robe à la Française Date: 1770–90 Culture: probably French Medium: silk Accession Number: C.I.64.33a–c

Robe à la Française. Culture: probably French Medium: silk

Bertha of Kent, Canterbury Cathedral. She was a Merovingian princess and the wife of Aethelberht l, King of Kent.

Bertha of Kent, Canterbury Cathedral. She was a Merovingian princess and the wife of Aethelberht l, King of Kent.

Judith of Flanders (or Judith of France) (c. 843 – 870)[1] was the eldest daughter of the Frankish King and Holy Roman Emperor Charles the Bald and his wife Ermentrude of Orléans. Through her marriages to two Kings of Wessex, Æthelwulf and Æthelbald, she was twice a queen. Her first two marriages were childless, but through her third marriage to Baldwin, she became the first Countess of Flanders and an ancestress of later Counts of Flanders.

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

8th-9th century King and Queen, An Essay on Medieval Clothing | A Journey Through #Medieval Life octavia.net

An Anglo Saxon King & and Anglo Saxon Queen

Middle Ages costumes. Medieval clothing. Carolingian period fashion. Valentine.

The Carolingian Fashion Period 987 to 1270

French queen and nobility costumes, second half of the Century.

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Turkish well-to-do lady from Istanbul.

Ethelbert, the third son of Ethelwulf and Osburh, a Jutish princess, was born circa 835. The grandson of Egbert, first King of the English, he succeeded his brother Ethelbald on 20th December, 860.Ethelbert died, unmarried and childless, in 866 at around the age of thirty-five. He had reigned for only five years. His body was interred at Sherborne Abbey in Dorset.

Aethelbert King of Wessex (c. Son of Aethelwulf and Osburh.

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