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This artwork is an example of how men would wear cote-hardies during the late middle ages. The cote-hardies were typically worn over the pourpoint, and served as an outerwear garment that was cut short on the chest.

1350-1375, Germany.

Der Sachsenspiegel Folio Dating From Germany (exact location unknown) Holding Institution Herzog August Bibliothek

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400 – 1000 Dark Ages 1340 – 60 Black Death 1400 – 1600 Renaissance spread Feudal system of nobles and serfs Agrarian society Gradually there grew a class of tradesmen At the same time cities grew 1517 Martin Luther and the door, the reformation

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Tijd van monniken en ridders (500-1000)

Charlemagne and Pope Adrian I - Horses in the Middle Ages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cain and Abel: In medieval Christian art, Cain is sometimes depicted as a stereotypical ringleted, bearded Jew, who killed Abel the blonde, European gentile symbolizing Christ. This traditional depiction has continued for centuries in some form, such as James Tissot's 19th century Cain leads Abel to Death. Christian Hermeticism says it shows us how brothers can become mortal enemies through the very fact that they worship the same God in the same way.

century depiction of Cain and Abel, Speculum Humane Salvationis, Germany. [Medieval Mystery Plays: Cain and Abel]

I've been wanting to learn to sew for men for a while, as I want to be a more versatile seamstress. Thankfully, I found a willing costuming ...

I've been wanting to learn to sew for men for a while, as I want to be a more versatile seamstress. Thankfully, I found a willing costuming .

1489, Hans Memling-St Ursula Shrine: Arrival in Cologne (scene 1)-Oil on panel,35x25,3 cm,Memlingmuseum, Sint-Janshospitaal,Bruges.The late- Gothic decoration with pinnacles, gablets,crockets,finials,tracery,statues in niches,arched side openings and the painted trompe-l'oeil views of the interior on the narrow ends speak for themselves.

St Ursula Shrine: Arrival in Cologne (scene 1489 Oil on panel, 35 x cm Memlingmuseum, Sint-Janshospitaal, Bruges

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for men: century. Men burning Saint wear closely fitted doublet and a slightly pointed toe. Men standing watching the action been done, wear robes.

A woman playing chess against a man  This illustration comes from the ‘Vows of the Peacock’, a 14th century illuminated manuscript by Jacques de Longuyon.  The women wear kirtles, some with sideless surcoats over them and one with tippets (fabric hanging from the upper arm).  Sources: 1. 2.

It shows the dagged chaperons and buttoned cotehardies as well as the pointed poulaines worn by men. The women wear cotehardies, some with sideless surcoats over them and some with dalmation sleeves

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411;  Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 124r

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411; Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 124r