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Shoe Adult size right foot shoe; only the vamp with a very long, pointed toe and the front part of a two-piece sole survive. The toe extends c. 110 mm beyond the toes. The shoe has a low cut throat, although the sides are now missing. There would have been a latchet or buckle fastening but all signs of the straps, etc are missing. Production Date: Late Medieval; late 14th-15th century

Shoe Adult size right foot shoe; only the vamp with a very long, pointed toe and the front part of a two-piece sole survive. The toe extends c. 110 mm beyond the toes. The shoe has a low cut throat, although the sides are now missing. There would have been a latchet or buckle fastening but all signs of the straps, etc are missing. Production Date: Late Medieval; late 14th-15th century

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Patten Insole, fragmentary sole and c. four middle layers from a multi layer…

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Across the Ages: Discovering Medieval Life One Experiment at a Time

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Left foot shoe with a pointed toe. The upper is made in two pieces with a separate vamp (forepart) and quarters (heel area). The impression of the heel stiffener (now missing) can be seen internally. The upper is very worn near where it meets the sole. The sole is one-piece. The shoe is side fastened with a leather thong (remains of which can be seen on each side) at the top of each side seam. 15th century | Museum of London

Left foot shoe with a pointed toe. The upper is made in two pieces with a separate vamp (forepart) and quarters (heel area). The impression of the heel stiffener (now missing) can be seen internally. The upper is very worn near where it meets the sole. The sole is one-piece. The shoe is side fastened with a leather thong (remains of which can be seen on each side) at the top of each side seam. 15th century | Museum of London

Small adult size right foot ankle boot with a pointed toe. It has a one-piece upper and a one-piece sole and is quite worn and damaged. The upper is front fastening. The fastening straps are missing but there is a slot on the right hand side for one of the straps. The insert tongue is missing from the throat. Late 14th-15th century | Museum of London

Small adult size right foot ankle boot with a pointed toe. It has a one-piece upper and a one-piece sole and is quite worn and damaged. The upper is front fastening. The fastening straps are missing but there is a slot on the right hand side for one of the straps. The insert tongue is missing from the throat. Late 14th-15th century | Museum of London

Shoe Child's left foot ankle shoe with a triangular tongue insert and front fastening with a strap and circular copper-alloy or lead-alloy buckle. The upper is virtually one-piece with a small insert on the left side. The toe is oval. The sole is missing. Production Date: Late Medieval; late 14th-15th century

Shoe Child's left foot ankle shoe with a triangular tongue insert and front fastening with a strap and circular copper-alloy or lead-alloy buckle. The upper is virtually one-piece with a small insert on the left side. The toe is oval. The sole is missing. Production Date: Late Medieval; late 14th-15th century

Patynka, Gdańsk, XIV-XV w., Archeological Museum in Gdańsk

Patynka, Gdańsk, XIV-XV w., Archeological Museum in Gdańsk

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