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Herjolfsnes 43

Herjolfsnes 43

Medieval Garments ~ Herjolfsnes ~ In 1921, a large number of graves were excavated in the burial ground of the old Norse colony of Herjolfsnes ("Herjolf's Point") in Greenland. There were more than 30 complete gowns or tunics, 17 hoods, six woven stockings and five hats. The hoods were generously cut to cover both head and shoulders and featured that most distinctive element of Medieval headgear: the long, trailing tail known as the liripipe. The gowns were constructed of multiple gored…

Medieval Garments ~ Herjolfsnes ~ In 1921, a large number of graves were excavated in the burial ground of the old Norse colony of Herjolfsnes ("Herjolf's Point") in Greenland. There were more than 30 complete gowns or tunics, 17 hoods, six woven stockings and five hats. The hoods were generously cut to cover both head and shoulders and featured that most distinctive element of Medieval headgear: the long, trailing tail known as the liripipe. The gowns were constructed of multiple gored…

The is probably the best preserved garment amongst the finds from the late 14th century Herjolfsnes. It likely belonged to a woman about 30-40 of age, 150 cm tall.  Triangular gores were inserted into the front and back pieces. The sidegores were made from 1 piece of fabric that has been extended down to the armpit with additional pieces, and divided in the middle by a false seam.  Short sleeves had one inserted gore on the base in the back.

The is probably the best preserved garment amongst the finds from the late 14th century Herjolfsnes. It likely belonged to a woman about 30-40 of age, 150 cm tall. Triangular gores were inserted into the front and back pieces. The sidegores were made from 1 piece of fabric that has been extended down to the armpit with additional pieces, and divided in the middle by a false seam. Short sleeves had one inserted gore on the base in the back.

Tablet woven band from Deventer, Belgium, c. 1370.

Tablet woven band from Deventer, Belgium, c. 1370.

Part of sleeve, looks like the weave is checkered. Hand opening is stitched with what looks like stab stitches, while the buttons' hem is not, and the buttonhole hem is reinforced with braid. It is interesting to notice the variety of techniques employed in such a small specimen. 14th century, V Museum, London.

Part of sleeve, looks like the weave is checkered. Hand opening is stitched with what looks like stab stitches, while the buttons' hem is not, and the buttonhole hem is reinforced with braid. It is interesting to notice the variety of techniques employed in such a small specimen. 14th century, V Museum, London.

Women making pasta wearing linen aprons over their gowns. Their sleeves are unbuttoned at the wrist and turned up out of the way, late 14th century

Women making pasta wearing linen aprons over their gowns. Their sleeves are unbuttoned at the wrist and turned up out of the way, late 14th century

The quadriptych of Mayer van den Bergh / Walters Art Gallery, c. 1380.

The quadriptych of Mayer van den Bergh / Walters Art Gallery, c. 1380.

german 1360's illumination.Speculum Humanae Salvationis, Westfalen oder Köln, um 1360.

german 1360's illumination.Speculum Humanae Salvationis, Westfalen oder Köln, um 1360.

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“Women making pasta (?).   Tacuinum Sanitatis of Vienna, Late 14th century.”

“Women making pasta (?). Tacuinum Sanitatis of Vienna, Late 14th century.”