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Italian hose of the first decade of the century. The man on the left wears hose divided into upper hose and nether hose or stockings. The man on right wears hose slashed around one thigh, with a pouched codpiece, 1500–1510, YIKES !

Italian hose of the first decade of the century. The man on the left wears hose divided into upper hose and nether hose or stockings. The man on right wears hose slashed around one thigh, with a pouched codpiece, YIKES !

Codpiece, or "Braguette". The fastening on the front panel of tights   and pants since the Renaissance.

Men’s hose - Italian Renaissance: improved covering with a padding called a codpiece. It was used to help hose fit better and also use to help protect men from getting a disease that began to spread in the late

Italian youth wears striped hose, a doublet with puffed upper sleeves, and a voluminous cloak, 1510.

Italian youth wears striped hose, a doublet with puffed upper sleeves, and a voluminous cloak,

Anne, duc de Joyeuse (Gaignières 1046) -- Dessin, Fonds Gaignières [BNF Bouchot 1046] -- «Anne Duc de Joyeuse.»

Anne, duc de Joyeuse (Gaignières 1046) -- Dessin, Fonds Gaignières [BNF Bouchot 1046] -- «Anne Duc de Joyeuse.»

Portrait of the Brothers Gaspard (1519-1572), Odet (1517-1571) and François (1521-1569) de Châtillon-Coligny ... Anon (France) ...  before 1579

Anonymous (France), Portrait of the Brothers Gaspard Odet and François de Châtillon-Coligny, before 1579

Count Palatine Karl I. of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld (1560-1600)

Portrait of a family member of the Count Palatine of Zweibruecken-Veldenz, Master of the Vohenstrauss Portraits, paint on canvas, c. Neuburg an der Donau, Germany.

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