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    • Cort-hardie (men)

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    • The kirtle over a chemise continues as the basic garment. The cote-hardie is a new and more fitted garment. Over the kirtle, it is fitted through the torso by lacing or buttoning. It has a full, knee-length skirt. Sleeves are fitted to the elbow,...
    • Kirtle

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    • A distinctive princess-line garment, it is modestly shaped to reveal the torso and has a flaring skirt. It pulls on over the head. Additional fit is achieved by lacing under the arms. Gores can be added to the skirt for extra fullness
    • Cort-hardie (women)

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    • A princesslike garment, the cote-hardie is fitted smoothly through the torso. Quite long, it often falls on the floor as much as a foot in front and even longer in the back. It has a center-front opening which is buttoned or laced. In the skirt...
    • Funeral procession

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    • Long and unbelted tunics in bold horizontal stripes. The woman in black is in a loosely shaped and belted kirtle. Another woman has a black circular cape
    • Margrave Eckhart II and Queen Uta

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    • The man is in a kirtle with dolman sleeves. Gloves, an important new accessory, hang at the sword handle. The queen is in a cape which fastens with two handsome clasps. It is finished with an unusual rolled collar. A coronet is around the outside...
    • Soldiers

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    • Soldiers in short, untrimmed kirtles over hose. The kirtle of the nobleman is longer (fresco, Nordliches Seitenschiff, Petrus)
    • Archer

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    • Sword and arrow cases are attached to the low belt of this kirtle. The skirt is shorter than before. Hose are well fitted
    • Virgin and child

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    • This kirtle is wide and extremely long. The heavy gold belt with embossed decoration hangs in the classic manner of the period (alabaster statue)
    • Visitation, The

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    • Classically simple kirtles. The white kirtle is shortened by double belting. Mantles continue to be draped over the head and loosely arranged around the body
    • Jeanna de Bourbon

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    • A classic example of the sideless gown. The plastron is attached in front. From the kirtle underneath the funnel-shaped sleeves fall over the hands. Hair is now covered with jeweled cases. Notice the higher forehead line

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