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Europe in the time of Charles the Great 768 – 814.
Armed infantry warrior in brigandine. France 10th century.
Guerrier arme de la Brigantine. X° Siècle.
Charles the Fat encamped under the walls of Paris, 9th century.
Charles the Fat, Charles III, Carolingian Emperor encamped under the walls of Paris without daring to fight the Normans preferred to buy their retirement with money.
Charles le gros campa sous les murs de Paris sans oser combattre les Normands préférant acheter leur retraite à prix d’argent.
Charles III. (839-888) from the noble family of the Carolingian was 876-887 East Frankish king, 879-887 King of Italy, from 882 rulers in Bavaria, Franconia and Saxony, 885-888 West Frankish king and 881-888 Roman Emperor. The non-contemporary nickname of thickness he wore according to present knowledge wrongly. In the German rulers lists he is known as the third, but not in French lists. Charles applicable in the science of history as a “weak” sovereign, but this may also be related to his illness; probably he suffered from epilepsy.
- The Byzantine Varangian Guards. Viking Chiefs of the 5th Century.
- Alfred the Great. The first English king.
- King Harold II. Last Anglo-Saxon king of England.
- The Carolingian Period 752-987. Reign of Charlemagne.
Noble woman dress of the Carolingian Period about 890 to 900.
Carolingian Lord going to hunt with bird. 7th century.
Capetian noblewoman costume around 1190 to 1180, 12th century.
Noble Capétienne, Vers 1180 A 1190. 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.
Merovingian queen costume from the fifth to the eighth century.
Byzantine silk fabric by the mantle of St. Fridolin 4th to 8th century.
Frankish Merovingian costume history 4th and 5th century.
Middle ages shoe design. 10th to 15th century fashion history.
L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du Moyen Age, de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461. Chaussures. – Planche 11.
10th to 15th century clothing. Medival fashion.
L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du Moyen Age, de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461. Robes. – Planche 2.
Medieval Coronation Robes. The German Royal Costume.
The robes with which the German kings were invested at their coronation in Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), and from 1711 onward in Frankfort-on-the-Main, and which, together with crown, sceptre, and orb, etc., composed the Imperial regalia (Fig. 1.), are as follows: Continue reading