Early medieval costumes - Western Europe - Illustration

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Stock illustration ID:181062096
Upload date:September 16, 2013


'Collection of early medieval costumes from Western Europe. From left to right: 1 - Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor; 2 - Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor; 3 - Berengaria, Queen of the English; 4,5 - Traditional costumes from XIII century; 6,7 - Traditional costumes from XIV century; 8 - Italian national costumes from XIV century. Published in Systematischer Bilder-Atlas zum Conversations-Lexikon, Ikonographische Encyklopaedie der Wissenschaften und Kuenste (Brockhaus, Leipzig) in 1875.'
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