German Peasant costume in 1530.
Renaissance, Reformation period. First third of the 16th century.
Medieval nobility clothing. Emperor Henry II., 1000 A.C.
Figure of Frankish King Henry II., 973-1024, called the saints and a Frankish bishop. 1004 Henry II. became king, and 1014 he was appointed emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Crowned king of the Lombards in Italy. 1014 Henry II. was crowned emperor by Pope Benedict.
- Fashion History France. On the history of costumes.
- Frankish Merovingian costume history 4th and 5th century.
- Costumes of the Carolingian Period from 752-987. Reign of Charlemagne.
- The Carolingian Fashion Period from 987 to 1270. by Augustin Challamel.
Frankish king King Charles II the Bald, with two pages,
Carolingian 9th century.
Charles II the Bald (born 823 † 877), was from the noble family of the Carolingians, West Frankish king and 875-877 King of Italy and Roman Emperor. Carolingian Period 751-987.
Medieval clothing 900 A.C.
Frankish Noblewomen and Queen.
German medieval clothing 900 A.C..
Figure of a King and Queen of the Franks.
French Fashion in the Middle Ages. Reigns of John II and of Charles V. 1350 to 1380.
Table of Content
The States of Languedoc – A young French lady in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries – Low dresses – Saying of a mercer – Damoiselles – Garnaches and garde-corps – Le Parement des dames – Social distinctions – High character is worth more than gilded belt – Precious stones – The castles and other dwellings of the middle ages – Splendid furniture – Humble abodes of the poor – Evening assemblies.
Knight in armor and noble wife in 1450.
Burgundy fashion era, Late Middle Ages. Gothic 15th century clothing .
The Carolingian Fashion Period 987 to 1270.
Table of content
Earliest times of the Carolingian period — Variety of costume in the provinces — Fashions in the Duchy of France — French taste dating from the eleventh century — Luxury increases with each generation — The dominical —The “bliaud” — Canes of apple-wood — Women in the twelfth century — Headdresses — “Afiche” — Serpent-tails — Pelisses — The thirteenth century — “Greves” and veils are in fashion — The “couvre-chef” in the fourteenth century — The skirt, or “cotte-hardie,” surcoat, or overall, or overskirt, cape, trained skirt, and “gauze” — Accessories — Emblazoned gowns — Various kinds of stuffs.
Carolingian Costumes 751-987.
Carolingian King, Military Leader, Knight in armor and Citizen.
Middle Ages fashion history in Germany.
11th to 13th century.