Costume of the 15th century. Ralph Neville first Earl of Westmorland, 15th c. and his 2nd wife Joan Beaufort.
The Commander’s ship, and a horse transport.
The sword of Japan may be called a key to the study of the history, folklore, and customs of the country.
Ships of the 14th and 15th Centuries. 1375 to 1425.
Anglo-Saxon King his armour-Bearer equipped for battle. Anno 750
Episcopal costume and insignia. The mitre, the cross, the superhumeral, the ring, the gloves, the shoes.
Aveline de Forz, Countess of Albemarle and Lady of Holderness was married to Edmund Crouchback, 1st Earl of Lancaster, the second son of Henry III of England
The Anglo-Saxon women were habited with simplicity, convenience, and elegance.
Chivalry and Its Results. Chapter IX. Civilisation and Womanhood by Harriet Bowker Bradbury
Selections of the ancient costume of Great Britain and Ireland from the seventh to the sixteenth century, by Charles Hamilton Smith