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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.
Simple slip on shoes like these have been found in England, Ireland and Denmark.
by Ana Deissler
A 'mynecen' or a nun living in a convent - following the Rule of St Benedict. Dark wool dress and veil, white underdress and wimple.