Dress in Anglo-Saxon England

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Manchester University Press, Apr 1, 1990 - Design - 241 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
The Germanic tradition
19
Womens costume in the fifth and sixth
25
Reconstruction of the helmet from the ship burial at Sutton Hoo 114
39
Mens costume in the fifth and sixth
65
Womens costume from the seventh to the
85
Reconstruction of the wardance plaque from Fig 106
106
Mens costume from the seventh to the
107
The Virgin on an ivory bookcover Paris Bibliotheque Nationale
134
Luna from London BL MS Cotton Tiberius Bv fol 47
136
Woman with fillet from London BL MS Cotton Claudius B iv
137
Superbia from London BL MS Additional 24199 fol 12
138
Pompa from London BL MS Additional 24199 fol 21v
139
Philosophia from Cambridge Trinity College MS 0 3 7 fol 1
140
Figure from London Lambeth Palace Library MS 200 fol 68v
141
The Virgin from London BL MS Stowe 944 fol 6
142

The Minstrels Grave St Severinus Cologne W Germany
115
no Jewelled clasp and buckle from Taplow Buckinghamshire
116
Figure of one of the Magi from the front of the Franks Casket
117
Armed figure from Dublin Trinity College MS A I 6 fol 2CK
124
Pendant from Riseley Horton Kirby Kent
125
Figure on a sculpture from Slaidburn Lancashire
126
Human ornament from Dublin Trinity College MS A I 6 fol 4ov
127
Womens costume in the tenth and
131
Queen Emma from London BL MS Stowe 944 fol 6
132
Queen Edith from the Bayeux Tapestry
133
Woman probably Judith of Flanders from New York Pierpoint
143
Mens costume in the tenth and eleventh
149
Textile production
175
Conclusions
197
Appendix
203
Abbreviations
209
Bibliography
227
Index
235
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