Costumes of the 11th century. Monastic, Normanns, Crusaders Nobility costumes. Costumes during the middle ages 1000 A.C., Byzantine, Romanesque, Pregothic, Gothic era.
Praying Mevlevi Dervish costume. One of the most famous and celebrated dervish was living in southern Turkey, the city of Konya, Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi. Rumi (born 1207, died 1273)… Read More
Greek bishop dressed in a Rhason (Rhason the word in Greek means “used, worn garment.”). The Rhason is wider than the Talar has long sleeves and is usually black. If… Read More
Japan costumes of Riksha or jinrikisha man with a distinguished Japanese woman with servant. Buddist monks on high wooden shoes and traditional garb. A traditionally dressed Japanese peasant, she carries… Read More
Alba linen. Munich, Bavarian National Museum. 13th Century. Embroidered inserts applied. Associated with: The Rise of Monachism. Monastic costumes history. Coronation Robes of the German Emperors The Ancient Greek… Read More
Halberstadt Cathedral Museum, dalmatic of controversial origin. German, English or Oriental. 13th Century. Design with deer and centaurs. Photography around 1900-1940. Dalmatic, a long robe with wide but short sleeves… Read More
Chasuble, Mitre, and Stole of St. Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury (1117-1170); preserved in the Cathedral of Sens. Cloth and Embroidery of the Twelfth Century. Associated with: The life of… Read More
Associated with: Byzantine costume history. The Rise of Monachism. Monastic costumes history. The Ancient Greek Costume On the history of costumes. From Ancient to the 19th century.
Monastic clothing. Costumes of Religious Orders. Associated with: The Rise of Monachism. Monastic costumes history. The Ancient Greek Costume Byzantine costume history. On the history of costumes. From Ancient to… Read More
Monastic clothing. Costumes of Religious Orders. The Benedictine (Latin Ordo Sancti Benedict, OSB) are a contemplative order of aligned within the Roman Catholic Church. Also in Anglicanism and Lutheranism few… Read More