Medieval Byzantine costumes 6th Century.

Emperor Justinian, Medieval, Byzantine, costumes, nobles, Empress, Theodora,
Byzantium costumes. First half of the VI. Century.

Byzantine costumes. First half of the VI. century.

Top row left: Clothes Byzantine nobles beginning of the VI. Century. Right: Clothing Byzantine noblewoman and nobles men beginning of the VI. Century.
Bottom row left: Clothes on Byzantine imperial court. Entourage of the Empress Theodora in 547 Right: Emperor Justinian (482-565.) and Empress Theodora with maid of honor.

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

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Note:  The daily life of the monk favourable or detrimental to creative work.

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