Gallery:Mid - Women

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Christian Woman AD793‑1215 Following the rules of the church, her hair is covered by a wimple worn atop a wrap over cloak. Her woollen clothing is undyed. This look can be worn at any Regia event.

Christian Woman AD793‑1215
Following the rules of the church, her hair is covered by a wimple worn atop a wrap over cloak. Her woollen clothing is undyed. This look can be worn at any Regia event.
Louise

Alan Tidy

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English Thegnly Woman AD900‑1179 A wealthy woman wearing a veil over her woollen mantle. Under this she wears a woollen dress cut slightly short in the arm and skirt to expose a little of the linen undershift beneath.

English Thegnly Woman AD900‑1179
A wealthy woman wearing a veil over her woollen mantle. Under this she wears a woollen dress cut slightly short in the arm and skirt to expose a little of the linen undershift beneath.
Kat

Alan Tidy

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Cloisonné Brooch AD980‑1120 These small and delicate copper-alloy and glass brooches were probably worn as decoration or possibly as protective amulets by women in south-east England, Denmark and Frisia.

Cloisonné Brooch AD980‑1120
These small and delicate copper-alloy and glass brooches were probably worn as decoration or possibly as protective amulets by women in south-east England, Denmark and Frisia.
by John Shulver

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Mammen Brooch AD960‑1025 A Mammen style bird design. Rectangular brooches derive from Carolingian fashion and are generally found in Germany and the Netherlands. A few rectangular brooches have been found in the East of England and may be of local manufacture.

Mammen Brooch AD960‑1025
A Mammen style bird design. Rectangular brooches derive from Carolingian fashion and are generally found in Germany and the Netherlands. A few rectangular brooches have been found in the East of England and may be of local manufacture.
by Roland Williamson

JD0004

Woven Cloth Mittens

Woven Cloth Mittens
by Louise Archer

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Veil

Veil

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Wimple

Wimple

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Cap

Cap

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