Medieval Hindu Warrior in armor, 15th century.
Equipped with bow and arrow, dagger, sword, shield and spear.
Sheets for costume design. Published by Franz Lipperheide, Germany.
- Historical and folk costumes by Franz Lipperheide.
- Headdresses 15th century. The Reticulated Headdress.
- The Romance of the Rose. The Art of courtly love.
- King Henry VI. and his court. The good duke Humphrey.
- Costumes and Fashion during the 15th century.
- Reigns of Charles VI. and Charles VII. 1380 to 1461.
- Reigns of Louis XI, Charles VIII, and Louis XII. 1461 to 1515.
- The Lady of Tournament delivering the Price.
Medieval Burgundian prince costume 15th century.
“Sheets for costume design: historical and folk costumes. Published by Franz Lipperheide, 1876-1887.
Isabeau de Baviere in French medieval court dress
Isabeau de Bavière (1370-1435) was the wife of Charles VI. (1368-1422) “the Beloved or the madman” was 1380-1422 king of France. With her he had twelve children, eight of whom survived to adulthood. One of them, the daughter Isabelle of Valois (1389-1409) married in childhood standing, from 1396 to 1399 as the second wife of Richard II. and became Queen of England. Following the murder of her husband, she returned to France and married in 1406 her eleven years old cousin, the future Duke Charles d’Orléans. She died at the birth of her only daughter Johanna in childbirth.
Agnes Sorel (1422-1450). Dame de beauté.
Medieval, gothic, burgundy fashion era.
Marie de Hainaut (1280 – 1354). French medieval fashion. 14th century nobility.
Marie de Hainaut also known as Mary of Avesnes daughter of John II, Count of Holland and Philippa of Luxembourg was married with Louis I, Duke of Bourbon.
Louis Marie Lanté b. 1789. Galerie Française de femmes célèbres 1827 (Gallery of famous French women).
Laure de Sade. French medieval fashion.
14th century nobility.
The Knights of the Teutonic Order of Knighthood.
Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem. History of German Crusaders, 12th Century.
“War, of all bad things Worst, and man’s crowning crime; save when for faith Or freedom waged.” Bailey. Continue reading
The Knights hospitallers of St. John, – Knights of Malta.
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The eleventh century — Pilgrimage to Jerusalem — Difficulties of pilgrims from Europe — The two Italian merchants — The first Hospital of St. John at Jerusalem — Jerusalem taken by the Turcmans — New miseries of pilgrims — Peter the Hermit — The First Crusade