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    • Confirmation scene

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    • Small slashes form puffs at the shoulders and arms. The bodice is not as flat as in the more formal court versions of the gown (Ms. 375; artist unknown)
    • Promenade, The

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    • Side view of a bourgeois German lady. This transitional gown has a train, and the sleeves are trimmed in slashes. The headdress is dome shaped (engraving)
    • Standard bearer

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    • The basic male dress of the early sixteenth century. The codpiece is tied in place. The doublet opens in a low V and is waist length. Puffs and slashes begin to be formalized and limited to smaller areas of the dress. The shoes are squared at the...
    • Queen Elizabeth

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    • Elizabeth's hoop is an interpretation of the Spanish style. The severity is softened by an intricate texture combining gold, jewels, cut slashes, and decorated with clasps of gold and jewels. The wide ruff and cuffs are made of openwork lace. A...
    • Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester

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    • A short, fitted doublet with piccadils defining the waistline. Sleeves have a natural-looking form. Small slashes and punched holes create the texture in the fabric. The collar stands very high (artist unknown)
    • Christopher Marlowe

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    • Carefully arranged slashes in a chevron pattern. Large decorative buttons cover the seam line of the sleeves and center front (artist unknown)
    • Queen Elizabeth I

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    • Queen Elizabeth I, the most accomplished monarch of her age, not only preserved England's independence for almost 45 years but found time for a devotion to pageantry and plays. Here in the so-called Ermine Portrait Elizabeth's hoop is an...
    • Queen Elizabeth I

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    • Queen Elizabeth I, the most accomplished monarch of her age, not only preserved England's independence for almost 45 years but found time for a devotion to pageantry and plays. Here in the so-called Ermine Portrait Elizabeth's hoop is an...

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