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Ancient Egypt Queen Nebto daughter of Ramses Miamun

Ancient Egypt Queen Nebto costume. Egyptian pharaoh crown

Portrait of Queen Nebto.

Painting: Portrait of Ancient Egypt Queen Nebto daughter of Ramesses II Miamun (19th dynasty.)

Peinture: Portrait de la reine Nebto, fille de Ramsès-Meïamoun (XIXe. dynastie). Histoire de l’art égyptien: d’après les monuments; depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu’à la domination romaine by Prisse D’Avennes and Achille Constant Théodore Émile, 1878.

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The German Royal Costume. Coronation Robes of the German Emperors

Medieval Coronation Robes. The German Royal Costume.

German Royal Costume. 11th century clothing. Medieval emperor coronation robes. Middle ages costumes.

Fig.1. 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

Medieval Franks dress of the 10th Century.

Middle ages costumes. Frankish King, Queen, Noble ladies, King Charles the Bald, Page, Court scribe, Emperor Henry II, Bishop.

Medieval Franks dress of the 10th Century.

Medieval Franks dress of the 10th Century.

Top row left: Frankish king and queen. Right: Frankish noble ladies.
Bottom row left to right: King Charles the Bald with Empire insignia. Page and court scribe. Right: Emperor Henry II and Frankish bishop.

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

Byzantine Empire. The Byzantine Empress.

Fashion, costumes, Byzantine Empire. Dresses noble boy, Byzantine Emperor, Empress Princess, Warrior, Chancellor, Bishop, Christian Levite.

Byzantine Empire 6th century

Byzantine Empire. (short)

Picture above from the Gallery: On the history of costumes. Münchener Bilderbogen. Edited by Braun and Schneider 1860.

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Russian costumes. Tsar, Boyar, Belorussian garb.

Russian Princely costumes. Tsar clothing. Boyar dress. 17th and 18th Century. Belorussian, Ryazan, Torschko woman garb

Russian costumes. 17th and 18th Century.

Russian costumes. Tsar, Boyar, Belorussian garb. 17th and 18th Century.

Top row left: Boyar. Tsar. Boyar. Right Boyarina. Boyars.  Bottom row left: Princely costume. Summer clothes for women in Torschko. Belorussian woman. Right: Winter garb of women in Torschko. Woman in the dress of Ryazan.

On the history of costumes. Münchener Bilderbogen. Edited by Braun and Schneider 1860.

Crown of Tsar Michael Fjodorowitsch called cap d’Astran.

Russian tsar crown. cap d'Astran. Michel Féodorovitch Romanov, Михаил Фёдорович Романов.

Crown of Tsar Michael Feodorovitch.

Crown of Tsar Michael Fjodorowitsch called cap d’Astran.

Crown of Tsar Michael Feodorovitch, (Michel Féodorovitch Romanov, Михаил Фёдорович Романов, Grandfather of Peter the Great.), called cap d’Astran. He was the first Tsar and Grand Duke of Russia of the Romanov dynasty. He reigned from 1613 to 1645.

Mikhail Fyodorovich Romanov. Zar Michail Fjodorowitsch.

Zar Michail Fjodorowitsch 1596 −1645

King James from England with sword. Son of Mary Stuart.

King James from England. Son of Mary Stuart. English Crown. Tudor fashion era

King James 1566-1625

King James (1566-1625) from England with sword.

Tudor fashion era. Renaissance period.

He was born on 19 June 1566 as the son of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, and her second husband, Henry Stewart, Duke of Albany, in Edinburgh. James was from 1567 as James VI King of Scotland and since 1603 until his death in addition as James I King of England and King of Ireland. Continue reading

Princess according to the times of Anne De Bretagne, 1420

Anne De Bretagne, 15th century, ceremonial robes, middle ages,costume, fashion, medieval clothing.

Princess according to the times of Anne De Bretagne, 1420

Princess according to the times of Anne De Bretagne, 1420

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Clotilde, Queen of the Franks. Merovingian 5th-6th century.

Queen Clotilda,Merovingian, Franks,5th,6th,century,costumes,dress,middle ages,medieval

Clotilda. Merovingian Queen of the Franks (475-544).

QUEEN CLOTILDA.

also Chrodechild, Chrodichild, Chrodechilde, lat. Chrodigildis. The name forms Chlothilde, Clothilde, and Klothilde, among which she are read in late medieval and modern literature, are not authentic. She was the second wife of Chlodwig I and by this marriage queen of Franks. As holy Clothilde or Chlothilde she is venerated by the Church.

(La reine Clothilde femme de Clovis. Reine des Francs.)

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