A Queen (possibly the Queen of Sheba), from the east facade of Notre Dame de Corbell, Essonne, France  --  Last Quarter, 12th Century

A Queen (possibly the Queen of Sheba), from the east facade of Notre Dame de Corbell, Essonne, France -- Last Quarter, Century

More pleating on neck of undergown and smock on the bliaut, Chartres east portal. One pinner opines: Stylized pleating and gathers - likely caused by lacing the bliaut.

More pleating on neck of undergown and smock on the bliaut, Chartres east portal. One pinner opines: Stylized pleating and gathers - likely caused by lacing the bliaut.

West door at The Saint Maurice Cathedral of Angers/Cathédrale Saint-Maurice d'Angers, built between the 11th and 16th centuries. Photo T. T. Taylor

West door at The Saint Maurice Cathedral of Angers/Cathédrale Saint-Maurice d'Angers, built between the and centuries.

Column Statue of a King - 1150-60 Saint-denis

Column Figure of a King, abbey of Saint-Denis, c. 1150 - Tassels on belt ends.

A King (possibly Solomon), from the east facade of Notre Dame de Corbell, Essonne, France, last quarter of the 12th century.

Stoic King from the east facade of Notre Dame de Corbell, Essonne, France, last quarter of the century.

ANTELAMI, Benedetto  Italian sculptor, Parma school (active 1170-1230)  June  c. 1200  Stone  Baptistry, Parma

ANTELAMI, Benedetto Italian sculptor, Parma school (active June c. 1200 Stone Baptistry, Parma-I originally decided on a clown-look for Grumio, but I've decided that I like a peasant look better.

From the Church of Benet, dedicated to Ste. Eulalie, Vendée, western France, 12c sculpture. A procession of women carrying candles from the Romanesque façade of the church. It looks like the two female figures have side laced gowns, probably also with gores at the sides, judging from the extra pleats there...

From the Church of Benet, dedicated to Ste. Eulalie, Vendée, western France, 12c sculpture. A procession of women carrying candles from the Romanesque façade of the church. It looks like the two female figures have side laced gowns, probably also with gores at the sides, judging from the extra pleats there...

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