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Left: Anglo-Saxon nobleman is wearing an embroidered tunic/ bliaud over a chemise with embroidered sherte (the word shirt comes from it), a chemise type garment with sleeves, mantle, cross-gartered breeches.  Right: noblewoman wears embroidered bliaud over chemise with cuffs. she wears mantle and headrail. fitted waist by lacings down the back.  (11th C)

This showcases a nobleman wearing an embroidered tunic/ a chemise type garment with sleeves, mantle,and breeches. This also shows a noblewoman wearing an embroidered bliaud, a chemise with cuffs, and she also has a mantle as her headdress.

Recreation of man's Latgallian costume; 11th century CE.

The Pants from this one, less poof is better Recreation of man's Latgallian costume;

11th century Saxon - Jorgencraft. Tight-sleeved underdress, loose-sleeved overdress, both with unfussy and versatile trim.

Tight-sleeved underdress, loose-sleeved overdress, both with unfussy and versatile trim.

Vlaardingen Shoe "Vlaardingen, Holland, (Het Waaigat site, 1991) Low cut shoe with decorated edge. 9th – 10th Century Parallel shoe from Gdansk, Poland (Wiklak 1960) Classified as a one piece upper with thong fastening. Similar one piece upper shoes with thong fastening dated 11th Century in England, York and Piccadilly with distribution across northern Europe to Poland."

The Vlaardingen Viking shoe is a turn shoe, constructed and sewn by hand. Linen thread is used for the edge-to-edge seam to connect the ends of the single-piece upper shoe together and uses the edge-t

Anglo-saxon- nice embroidery around the neck and cuffs.  Seems like they didn't worry so much about tight-fitting sleeves, I guess because they had better weather than the poor norse folk.

Woman's Anglo Saxon dress (from the origional website:) This dress is entirely hand sewn.

12th century women's clothing - Google Search

On the elaborate end of Anglo Saxon clothing from the early medieval period of England. Mon throughout the social strata, but surely not to this level.

Coat Date: 11th–12th century Geography: probably Spain, possibly Eastern Iran Medium: Silk; samite Dimensions: Textile: L. 68 7/8 in. (175 cm) W. across sleeves: 50 3/8 in. (128 cm) W. across skirt: 37 in. (94 cm) Accession Number: 2008.346a-c The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Coat Date: century Geography: probably Spain, possibly Eastern Iran Medium: Silk; samite Dimensions: Textile: L. 68 in. across sleeves: 50 in. across skirt: 37 in. cm) Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Matilda of Flanders c.1100

Century Norman Clothing Women Good example of the dress of a Norman noblewoman during the and early century, showing queen Matilda, wife of William the Conqueror.

Moon amulet, Gochevo, South Russia, 11th Century. Moon pendants of this type were widely spread over X-XIII Rus. They were worn by women within necklaces or separately and symbolized moon, the feminine and fertility. Brass. Size 28 x 33 mm Crescent pendant p06

Moon pendants of this type were widely spread over X-XIII Rus. They were worn by women within necklaces or separately and symbolized moon, the feminine and fertility. Size 28 x 33 mm Crescent pendant

11th Century Byzantine Clothing Construction - A very good class handout regarding Byzantine clothing

century ~ Byzantine clothing construction ~ The Byzantine Empire, sometimes referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire, was the continuation of the Roman Empire in the East during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, when its capital city was Constantinople

Princess Irina Volodarovna (Ирина Володаровна ) by Arthur Orlenov. http://io.ua/5165137# | 20th century Russian painting | Slavic royal women | Kievan Rus | 11th century medieval noblewoman | Byzantine Empire in Art

"Irina Volodarovna" – a painting by Artur Orlenov, Irina Volodarovna – was a Russian medieval Russian Princess