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.
An illustration from the Middle Ages showing a physician and his patient during a bloodletting procedure. Bloodletting was common in medicine until the late century, and it was believed that eliminating "bad blood" cured many diseases.
Varjag Clothing of nobleman from North (c. century) consists from brick red woolen kaftan, white linen tunic (särk, detail picture is on next page), brown duvetyn trousers (påsbyxor), woolen legwraps (benlindor) and hat (mössa).
Rare self-portrait of a medieval artist While a lot of medieval manuscripts with colourful drawings survive, we are usually not shown the artists who decorated the pages. This image is therefore exceptional, because it does. In fact, we see him.