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Mantello di Ruggero (Mantel of King Roger II of Sicily, also known as the coronation cloak.  The gold lining is one of three linings that was probably laid one on top of the other to cover tears.The first and oldest lining is gold silk tapestry type, perhaps the beginning of the twelfth century, with bright colors like red, gold, green, blue, purple, yellow ocher, white and black.

Mantello di Ruggero (Mantel of King Roger II of Sicily, also known as the coronation cloak. The gold lining is one of three linings that was probably laid one on top of the other to cover tears.The first and oldest lining is gold silk tapestry type, perhaps the beginning of the twelfth century, with bright colors like red, gold, green, blue, purple, yellow ocher, white and black.

For Obvious Reasons by j m myers, via Flickr

For Obvious Reasons by j m myers, via Flickr

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Scarf Dancer, The Painted Wooden Ceiling of the Palatine Chapel, "Cappella Palatina", Palermo, Sicily, c.1140AD

Scarf Dancer, The Painted Wooden Ceiling of the Palatine Chapel, "Cappella Palatina", Palermo, Sicily, c.1140AD

Sogdian Silk Lampas Trousers, Central Asia, 7th - 8th Century

Sogdian Silk Lampas Trousers, Central Asia, 7th - 8th Century

Fragment Date: mid-11th century Geography: Egypt, Fustat Culture: Islamic Medium: Linen and silk Accession Number: 27.168.1

Fragment Date: mid-11th century Geography: Egypt, Fustat Culture: Islamic Medium: Linen and silk Accession Number: 27.168.1

Abiti Antichi- Abito 126

Abiti Antichi- Abito 126

Hunterian Psalter c. 1170 Women - 1100–1200 in European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hunterian Psalter c. 1170 Women - 1100–1200 in European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Black Medieval Dress "Lady Hunter"

Black Medieval Dress "Lady Hunter"

"A fresco from the Church of S. Clemente in Rome, 12th Century: The man on the left side has a knee length bliaut with no visible belt but his undertunic is showing at the knees. He has a high round neckline and long sleeves. The woman on the left has a keyhole neckline, a belt high enough to be empire waisted and knee length pointed sleeves which begin to widen above the elbow. The right woman's bliaut also has an empire-waisted belt. Her head covering is either a cap or a veil tied behind

"A fresco from the Church of S. Clemente in Rome, 12th Century: The man on the left side has a knee length bliaut with no visible belt but his undertunic is showing at the knees. He has a high round neckline and long sleeves. The woman on the left has a keyhole neckline, a belt high enough to be empire waisted and knee length pointed sleeves which begin to widen above the elbow. The right woman's bliaut also has an empire-waisted belt. Her head covering is either a cap or a veil tied behind

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