Medieval Clothing and Textiles

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Medieval Clothing and Textiles

Pan-European research on medieval clothing and textiles, drawing from a range of disciplines.

Medieval Clothing and Textiles

Author: Robin Netherton

Publisher: Boydell Press

ISBN: 1843837366

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Pan-European research on medieval clothing and textiles, drawing from a range of disciplines.

The English Historical Review

The Parliament Rolls o Medieval England , 1275-1504 A co - publication
between Boydell & Brewer and the National ... 1 CONTACT CXCHANGE IN
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Clothing the Sacred Medieval Textiles as Fabric Form and Metaphor

This collection of essays explores the uses and meanings of these medieval religious textiles.

Clothing the Sacred  Medieval Textiles as Fabric  Form  and Metaphor

Author: Mateusz Kapustka

Publisher: Reimer Dietrich

ISBN: 9783942810203

Page: 224

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At their most basic level, liturgical vestments and textiles differentiate the sacred and the profane, the clergy and the laity. Not only are they sacred objects in their own right, being consecrated to a holy use, but they point beyond themselves to historical parallels—to events in the life of Christ or to the furnishings of the Jerusalem Temple—or to anagogical symbolism of the heavenly graces. This collection of essays explores the uses and meanings of these medieval religious textiles.

Clothing in the Middle Ages

Features fashions from the days of knights and ladies, and discusses such topics as the making of fabrics, peasants' clothing, nobles' clothing, and hygiene.

Clothing in the Middle Ages

Author: Lynne Elliott

Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780778713517

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Features fashions from the days of knights and ladies, and discusses such topics as the making of fabrics, peasants' clothing, nobles' clothing, and hygiene.

Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe

Pliny himself had called it ' rubens granum ' 16 In the medieval Arabic world ,
however , both the coccid insects and their ... 156 , 171 , 206 , 220 . See also
Lombard , Les textiles ( n . 8 above ) , pp . 119 - 22 ; Born , ' Scarlet ' ( n . 8 above
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Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe

Author: Eleanora Mary Carus-Wilson

Publisher: London : Heinemann Educational Books ; [Edington] : Pasold Research Fund

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International Medieval Bibliography

International Medieval Bibliography

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Lists articles, notes, and similar literature on medieval subjects in journals, Festschriften, conference proceedings, and collected essays. Covers all aspects of medieval studies within the date range of 450 to 1500 for the entire continent of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa for the period before the Muslim conquest and parts of those areas subsequently controlled by Christian powers.

The Tudor Tailor

... Ye Shall Have It Cleane " : Textile Cleaning Techniques in Renaissance
Europe ' in Medieval Clothing and Textiles II ... C & P ( 1970 ) Handbook of
English Costume in the 16th century , Boston : Plays Inc , 84 8 ) Maynard , J (
1998 ) ...

The Tudor Tailor

Author: Ninya Mikhaila

Publisher: Costume & Fashion Press

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Essential source book for reconstructing clothing 1509 to 1603.

Viator

voices into a coherent piece of music resembles the weaving of fabric of the
highest structural complexity . ... See Monica L. Wright , “ * De fil d'Or et de Soie ' :
Making Textiles in Twelfth - Century French Romance , ” Medieval Clothing and
Textiles 2 , ed . ... see Roger Bragard , “ Le Speculum musicae du compilateur
Jacques de Liège II , " Musica disciplina 8 ( 1954 ) 1-17 at 2--3 ; Frederick
Hammond ...

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Marseille

8 Old Bailey Proceedings Online , September 1794 trial of John Tilbury and
William Coleman ( T17940917-23 ) ... 6 Sarah Randles , “ The Guicciardini Quilts
, " Medieval Clothing and Textiles ( Woodbridge , England , 2009 ) , 5 : 99 ; and
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Marseille

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"Published in conjunction with the exhibition Marseille: White Corded Quilted, held at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum from November 13, 2010, to May 8, 2011"--T.p. verso.

Michigan Postsecondary Admissions Financial Assistance Handbook

CIP CODE CIP CODE INSTITUTION LEVELS PROGRAM TITLE INSTITUTION 4
4 4 4 4 4 6 8 Dietetics General ... Eastern Michigan Universty 16.1202 Greek
Lang & Lit ( Ancient and Medieval ) 4 Greek 4 Greek 6 Classical Studies . ...
Certificate 4 Gerontology Madonna University Central Michigan University
19.0500 Food Sciences and Human Nutrition 19 0900 Textiles and Clothing
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Tenso

De fil d'or et de soie ' : Making Textiles in Twelfth - Century French Romance . In
Medieval Clothing and Textiles II , ed . Robin Netherton and R. Owen - Crocker .
... Critica del testo 8 ( 3 ) : 781-802 . 148. Switten , Margaret . 2007. ' Amor de ...

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Textiles Revealed

Object Lessons in Historic Textile and Costume Research Mary M. Brooks,
Joanna M. Marschner, Philip A. Sykas. 1983 A medieval hat ... A detailed
description of a rare medieval felt hat discovered in a church tower in Essex and
now in Saffron Walden Museum . The construction ... 1983 / 5 ' The costume
collection of the Geffrye Museum ' , Journal of the Greek Ethnographers 4 / 5 , 27
8 . Some textiles ...

Textiles Revealed

Author: Mary M. Brooks

Publisher: Archetype Books

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Interdisciplinary volume which brings together papers by leading authorities in textile and costume studies, discussing a wide range of textiles and costumes from tapestries to embroideries, archaeological to ethnographic textiles and exotic costumes in Europe and Asia.

Annuarium historiae conciliorum

1464 ) , in : Medieval clothing and textiles 1 ( 2005 ) 105 - 114 . 26 . LECLER ,
Joseph , Le concile de Vienne 1311 - 1312 ( Histoire de conciles æcuménique 8
) , Paris 2005 . 210 pp . 27 . MILLET , Hélène , La participation du Portugal au ...

Annuarium historiae conciliorum

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The Journal for Weavers Spinners Dyers

The guild was started more than twenty years ago during Convergence when a
group of people with 8 or more shafts in ... Medieval Textile Study Group ( MTSG )
examines the textiles and some clothing ( you should do something with the ...

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Medieval Dress Fashion

SECONDARY SOURCES – TEXTILES Monnas , Lisa , ' The artists and the
weavers : the design of woven silks in Italy 1350 - 1550 ' , Apollo , vol . ... A
woman of excellent character : a case study of dress , reputation and the
changing costume of Christine de Pizan in the fifteenth ... The Reigns of Henry
VIII , Francis I and Charles V ( London , 2002 ) Russell , Joycelyne Gledhill , The
Field of Cloth of Gold .

Medieval Dress   Fashion

Author: Margaret Scott

Publisher: British Library Board

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From Renaissance fairs to countless retellings of the legend of Robin Hood to the popular restaurant Medieval Times, people remain fascinated by the medieval era—and in particular the clothing of the time. The richly varied dress of medieval days meant more than just fashion and style, and Margaret Scott offers here an insightful chronicle of the layered meanings of the garb worn by queens, kings, courtiers, and peasants. Scott draws upon the vibrant illuminated manuscripts of the era to analyze the beautiful design and functionality of medieval clothing. Fascinating changes mark the development of medieval fashion, such as the transition in men’s grooming from wearing beards and long hair to being clean-shaven with short hair; the rise in women’s fashion in the fourteenth century as a method of securing a husband; and the various types of jewelry, fabric, and subtle garment fittings that managed to convey the important distinctions between the upper class and the peasantry. Such distinctions, Scott reveals, were enforced by intricate and strict laws passed in countries throughout Europe that governed the color, styles, and number of a citizen’s garments according to their career, social class, and even the times of year. Political and religious history were also critical factors, Medieval Dress and Fashion shows, as the book draws from first-hand accounts to analyze how pivotal historical moments such as the Crusades and the fall of the Roman Empire resulted in an unexpected blending of cultures and clothing styles. Whether their interest lies in class or corsets, readers curious about the costumes of the past will be charmed by Margaret Scott’s lively and engaging book.

The Medieval French Pastourelle Tradition

Regarding the implications of the medieval obsession with martyrdom to love ,
see Gaunt , Love . ... 8 . Rieger , 248 – 49 . 9 . See Sigal ; and Blanchard ,
Pastorale , 31 . 10 . On shepherd names and the knight ' s anonymity , see
Thomas , 252 – 53 . On the ... Regarding clothing in medieval romance , see
Burns , “ Refashioning ” and Courtly ; on the wider cultural significance of textiles
, see her Medieval .

The Medieval French Pastourelle Tradition

Author: Geri L. Smith

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One of the most popular genres created and performed by Medieval troubadours and trouveres was the pastourelle. In this work Geri Smith examines the genre in the hands of three Medieval masters: Adam de la Halle, Jen Froissart, and Christine de Pizan.