Category Archives: 8th Century

Anglo-Saxon fashion history. England c. 460 to 1066.

 

Saxon, Anglo-Saxon, costume, history, England

The Saxon
Head-gear.— Banded Phrygian cap.
Cloak.— Of blue cloth embroidered.
Tunica.— Green cloth embroidered.
Stockings.— Red cloth cross-gartered yellow.
(Photographed direct from examples used in the Author’s lecture upon Mediaeval Costumes and Head-dresses.

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Britannia Saxonica. Chronology of the Anglo-Saxons.

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Saxon, Ancient Map, Elbe, Germany, Territory, Sax, Saxons

Map, Territory. Inhabited by the ancient Saxon. North of the Elbe

Britannia Saxonica

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Europe in the time of Charles the Great 768 – 814.

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Map Carolingian Empire. Charles the Great. Middle Ages.

Europe in the time of Charles the Great 768 – 814.

Europe in the time of Charles the Great 768 – 814.

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Medieval Earl in armor leaving for the war.

Medieval Earl in armor. 8th, 9th century costumes.

Medieval Earl in armor leaving for the war, followed by his vassals. 8th, 9th century.

Medieval Earl in armor leaving for the war, followed by his vassals. 8th, 9th century.

Comte partant pour la Guerre, suive de ses Vassaux

From the book: Costumes civils et militaires des Français à travers les siècles. 1883. Author: Jean Baptiste Marie Augustin Challamel. Engraver: Meunier, Jean-Baptiste. Ouvrage couronné par l’Académie francaise.

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  1. The Carolingian Fashion Period from 987 to 1270.
  2. Life-size warrior figures in full armor and equipment. 
  3. Frankish Merovingian costume history 4th and 5th century.
  4. Byzantine costume history. 5th to 6th century.
  5. Costumes of Carolingians in the 7th and 8 Century.

Noble woman dress of the Carolingian period.

Noble woman dress, Carolingian, costume, history, Middle ages, 9th century clothing

Noble woman dress of the Carolingian Period. 890 to 900

Noble woman dress of the Carolingian Period about 890 to 900.

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Merovingian queen costume from the 5th to the 8th century.

Merovingian queen, nobility, French, costume, Middle ages, 5th century clothing.

Merovingian queen from the fifth to the eighth century.

Merovingian queen costume from the fifth to the eighth century.

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Byzantine silk fabric by the mantle of St. Fridolin

Sassanid pattern. Byzantine period silk fabric. Carolingian clothing.

Byzantine period with Sassanid pattern

Byzantine silk fabric by the mantle of St. Fridolin 4th to 8th century.

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Costumes of Carolingians in the 7th and 8 Century.

Carolingians costumes of Maid of honor, Prophetess. Knight in armor, Bishop, Nobleman, Troubadour, Minstrel, Duke, King, Queen, General, Peasants.

Carolingians in the 7th and 8th Century.

Medieval Clothes of the Carolingians in the 7th and 8 Century.

Top row left: Maid of honor to the Empress. Carolingian queen. Prophetess. Right: Carolingian knights in armor and armament. Bishop and nobleman.
Bottom row left: Troubadour, minstrel. Carolingian duke and knight in armor and armament. Right: Carolingian king, General in armor and field banner. Carolingian peasants.

Drawing by Carl von Häberlin.

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Gallery: On the history of costumes. From Ancient to the 19th century.

Carolingian Knight in armor, Bishop, Priest and Burgess.

Carolingian fashion history. Byzantine costumes. Medieval Knight, Priest, Bishop

Knight in armor, Bishop, Priest and Burgess.

Carolingian clothing 751-987.

Medieval costume of Carolingian Knight in armor, Bishop, Priest and Burgess.

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Carolingian clothing 751-987. Queen, noblewoman and prophetess.

Middle Ages fashion. 10th century clothing. Carolingian Queen.  Prophetess. Noblewoman

Carolingian Queen, Noblewoman and Prophetess

Carolingian clothing 751-987.

Carolingian Queen, Noblewoman and Prophetess.
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Charles II the Bald. West Frankish king 9th century.

Charles II the Bald. West Frankish king. 9th century costumes. Carolingian fashion period.

Charles II the Bald

Charles II the Bald. West Frankish king 9th century.

Carolingian period 751-987.

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