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Carolinian Europe to the First Millennium 700-1000ce
Frankish Nobleman, after the bible of St. Martin of Tours in the Bibliotheque Nationale. (Quicherat)
Anglo-Saxon Habits of the 8th - 10th centuries from Strutt. Color scans provided by ACarter of eBay, seller of Antique prints and Magazines
Medieval General from Ivory carving (Quicherat)
Great lady of the (?). Irmentrude, wife of King Charles le Chauve. (Quicherat)
10th Century French Queen Plate from MODES ET COSTUMES HISTORIQUES, drawn and engraved by Pauquet Freres (the Pauquet Brothers) in the 19th Century.
Medieval Costume Links
The Art of the Anglo-Saxon Goldsmith: Fine Metalwork in Anglo-Saxon England: Its Practice and Practitioners
Costumes at BuyCostumes
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