Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411;  Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 138v

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411; Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 138v

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411;  Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 235v

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411; Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 235v

Different styles of open hoods. Publius Terentius Afer, Comediae : Andria, Eunuchus, Heautontimoroumenos, Adelphoe, Hecyra, Phormio ; Epitaphium Terentii ; Laurentius de Primo Fato, Commentum . Date d'édition : 1400-1407. Fol. 65r

Different styles of open hoods. Publius Terentius Afer, Comediae : Andria, Eunuchus, Heautontimoroumenos, Adelphoe, Hecyra, Phormio ; Epitaphium Terentii ; Laurentius de Primo Fato, Commentum . Date d'édition : 1400-1407. Fol. 65r

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411;  Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 78v

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411; Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 78v

Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, Bible Historiale (BNF Fr. 9, fol. 159v), beginning of the 15th century: Like other royal women of the 15th century, she wears a sideless surcoat with ermine on the torso and around the arm-holes.

Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, Bible Historiale (BNF Fr. beginning of the century: Like other royal women of the century, she wears a sideless surcoat with ermine on the torso and around the arm-holes.

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411;  Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 31v

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411; Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 31v

Cecco d'Ascoli L'Acerba , La Vaine gloire, Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana  (1275-1325)

Cecco d'Ascoli L'Acerba , La Vaine gloire, Florence,Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana just guessing at the time frame, no link just an image

Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca. 1411;  Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Ms-664 réserve, 48v

I love the green under sleeves of the woman to the left because they seem to long on both the top & bottom completely covering her hand. Publius Terencius Afer, Comoediae [comédies de Térence] ca.

Jacques Legrand, Le livre de bonnes mœurs, 1410, Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France MSS Français 1023, 	French, 60v.jpg http://www.europeanaregia.eu/en/manuscripts/paris-bibliotheque-nationale-france-mss-francais-1023/en

Jacques Legrand, Le livre de bonnes mœurs, 1410, Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France MSS Français 1023, French, 60v.jpg http://www.europeanaregia.eu/en/manuscripts/paris-bibliotheque-nationale-france-mss-francais-1023/en

Note how the distaff is tuckef into belt.      BGE Ms. fr. 190/1 Des cas des nobles hommes et femmes. Fol 60, 1410, Paris. I see the king is spinning too

Des cas des nobles hommes et femmes by Giovanni Boccaccio fol. - Sardanapalus, among his wives, being informed by a soldier that his enemies are at the gates of Nineveh.

Dancing shepherds, The Book of Hours of Charles d'Angouleme, late 15th century

Note the radically different coloring. L’Annonce aux bergers.Heures de Charles d’Angoulême, Folio French, late century. Were these images the inspiration for the artist whose postcards I fell in love with at Moravian Book Store?

c.1350, French.  From the Roman de la Rose  Left: blue cotehardie, pink hood lined with red worn with the head through the face. Gown short enough to see ankle. Right: scarlet short-sleeved gown with tippets over long-sleeved golden gown.

From the Roman de la Rose Left: blue cotehardie, pink hood lined with red worn with the head through the face. Gown short enough to see ankle. Right: scarlet short-sleeved gown with tippets over long-sleeved golden gown.

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