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Roman d'Alexandre, 1340 264 Cotte-hardie et coiffure

From the Romance of Alexander; fol The woman on the right appears to be wearing a "cotehardie" that buttons down the front. It's harder to tell about the woman in pink on the left but there may be buttons there too.

Good look at different styles of headgear and hoods. Several different sources, types (including embroidered hoods) 14thC hood liripipe racaire 3574767882

Embroidered hoods with lirpipes. Inspiration for Racaire's c. dagged hood, from Guillaume de Machaut's Oeuvre poetique, Paris.

L’Estoire de Griseldis myz par personnages (BNF Fr. 2203) (1395) in which Griselda removes her clothing.

*Gown with integral tippets L’Estoire de Griseldis myz par personnages (BNF Fr. in which Griselda removes her clothing.

1480 German Housebok dress

Barbara von Erlach (nee de Praroman of Freiburg) with daughters modeled (see image to the very bottom right, from the Spiez Shilling). Barbara was the wife of Altschultheiss Rudolf von Erlach, the patron of the Berner Schilling.

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