A decorative panel around armhole.
Band put under chin
- Light shoe worn inside boots and houseaux.
First fitted coat with sleeves.
Camel hair fabric
Silk cloth striped with gold and silver
Jeweled net worn as women's head covering
- CHAINSE OR CAINSIL
Long tunic of fine linen with long sleeves
Garment for covering leg and feet
- COAT OF ARMS
Long tunic strengthened with metal rings
Close fitting cap of white linen.
Long point of a hood.
- COTE HARDIE
Gown for men or women.
High boot covering the whole foot and leg
Very short, hip belted tunic.
- CYCLAS or GARDCORPS
Outer gown, usually sleeveless
Quilted garment, stuffed with cotton.
Wide, ungathered robe.
- ESCAFFIGNONS or ESCHAPINS
Small light shoe made from rich material.
Edgings on garments made from fur or fine cloth
Band tied round the head.
Padded garment worn under hauberk.
Loose outer garment
- GIPON or GIPPON
a type of doublet made of padded
linen neck covering
piece of light material used to cover face, neck and chest.
- HEAD RAIL
Saxon head covering for women
Military headgear made of leather or metal.
Cone shaped or cylindrical headdress for women.
Covering for the foot and part of the leg
Very short, full, beltless tunic.
Long 'tail' descending from hood or chaperon
Long narrow over the shoulder veil.
Term for a cloak.
Cloth of gold
Gold circlet for the head.
- MOUFLES or MITONS
Extension of sleeve which covers the hands.
- NEBULAE HEADDRESS
Narrow halo shaped headdress of gauze
Simple net used to cover headgear.
Summer light boots close fitting to the leg
Sleeveless outer garment with open side seams.
White linen bands with strip hanging down
Woman's veil covering forehead.
Golden plait of silk embroidered with metal and gems.
Women's head and neck covering