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(m)Under and outer wear, long or short, B, longer had fitted sleeves, shorter was less fitting. In 1000 AD, approx. outer became shorter and wider.
Tunic
(m)Outer Tunic with short full sleeves
Dalmatic
(m)strips of fabirc on tunic
Clavi
(m) Squares or circles of decorative medalions
Segmentae
(m) scarf like piece of toga draped around body; religious wear; hung in "Y" like shape.
Pallium
(m) Stockings under short tunic so no legs were exposed; tied at waist to hold up; no coverings in front or back
Hose
(f) rectangular piece still with palla
Tunic
(f)tunic with short fuller sleeves
Dalmatic
(f)brought back around 1000 AD; decoration only
Palla
(f) sleeve fitted until cuff, then hung down in a long sleeve
Pendant cuff
Fabric wrapped around the head
Turban
(m/f) cloak fastened over right shoulder with pin
paludamentum
Diadems; could be worn over turban
crown
rectagular piece of contrasting fabric worn over breast.
Tablion
(m)basic tunic, linen, cut to fit, developed into shirt
undershirts
(m)knee or ankle length material gardered around leg
drawers/braies
(m)under tunic
cote
(m)over tunic
surcote
(m/f)cape closue in one spot, rectagular piece
open mantle
(m/f)modern day poncho, only a hole for head
closed mantle
(m)cap under other cap, covers head and hair, ties under the chin
coif
(m)hood, separate from main garment, covers neck
chaperon
(m)long chaperon
liripipe
(m)chainmail garment; spilt in fron like a jacket
hauberk
(m/f) stockings tight in one place, or bandages
Hose
(f)undershirt, linen, t-shaped
chemise
(f) under tunic, tight sleeves, floor length
cote
(f)over tunic, wide sleeves, bloused with decorative belt
surcote
(f)decorative belt
girdles
(m)basic tunic, linen, cut to fit, developed into shirt
undershirts
(m)knee or ankle length material gardered around leg
drawers/braies
(m)under tunic
cote
(m)over tunic
surcote
(m/f)cape closue in one spot, rectagular piece
open mantle
(m/f)modern day poncho, only a hole for head
closed mantle
(m)cap under other cap, covers head and hair, ties under the chin
coif
(m)hood, separate from main garment, covers neck
chaperon
(m)long chaperon
liripipe
(m)chainmail garment; spilt in fron like a jacket
hauberk
(m/f) stockings tight in one place, or bandages
Hose
(f)undershirt, linen, t-shaped
chemise
(f) under tunic, tight sleeves, floor length
cote
(f)over tunic, wide sleeves, bloused with decorative belt
surcote
(f)decorative belt
girdles
(f) a tight fitting over tunic, with long skirt
Bliaut
(f)linen fabric for head; from one side of the face to the other, running underneath the chin.
Barbette
(f) wide linen circle around head
fillet
(f)linen scarf that covered entire neck. Like barbetter only covered complete neck
wimple
old fillet (metal ring) worn over and around the head and long hair
circlet
mixed-colors for mixed families
mi-parti/parti-coloring
(m) more fitted t-shaped garment, no drapage, attached skirt, worn with belt, gradually got shorted
Doublet/Pourpoint
(m) worn over doublet, worn by conservative folk, tunic shaped
Surcote/ cote-hardie
(m) t-shaped, worn over doublet, fitted at top, standing collar, belted, widens as it goes down
Houppelande
(m)Houppelande stops right at knee
houppelande a mi jambe
(m)cover-up "business" piece
codpiece
(m)long poncho-like garment. belted in front, tied underneath back
huke
(m/f)decorative cutting edges on garment
dagging
(m/f) replaces the old surcote;worn over doublet, deep pleates in back
jacket
(f)fits body and torso, flares out at bottom, had to hold all of the fabric in arms
gown
(f)worn over gown;big circle holes in side
sideless gown/surcote
(f)band of stiff fabric down the center
Placard
(m/f) sleeves that hang down
hanging sleeves
(f) hair; hairballs
caul
(f) hair; hairnets
frets
(f) hair; cone-shaped hat
toque
cone-shaped hat (pointy)
hennin
(f) hair; fabric around head, not too thick
fillet