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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.
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.
An educated freeman of some wealth as shown by the colours of his clothing. He wears the common short everyday cloak. This look can be worn at any Regia event.
A free man dressed in an undyed tunic. His hood and leg bindings are however more colourful having been dyed with weld.
English Thegn AD793‑1180
This Lord wears a madder dyed tunic and cloak. The neck and cuffs of his tunic are decorated in tablet weave and his cloak is closed with a large disc brooch.
This freeman wears a yellow linen shirt with a V-neck opening. In addition he carries a war-knife, known as a seax, in a sheath suspended from his belt and leg bindings around his lower legs.
Every 5 hides of land have to supply a part-time warrior when called upon by the King. The warrior must be adequately equipped with a minimum of a spear, short arm and shield.
Accessories - Head Coverings
Accessories - Socks
Woven Cloth Sock
by Louise Archer
by Louise Archer
by Carole Tidy
Accessories - Shoes
Simple slip on shoes like these have been found in England, Ireland and Denmark.
by Ana Deissler