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page number 4 Introduction
The Roman Inﬂuence
I4 Saxons 7001066
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ACCESSORIES ankle attached baldrick barbette beards became unfashionable belt bodice boots braies breeches brim brooch buckle buskins buttons caul centre front chemise chemise or smock chin cloak close ﬁtting close-ﬁtting clothes coif collar colour cote-hardie covered crown cuff curled dagged decorated doublet draped ears edge elbow embroidered fastened ﬁfteenth century ﬁllet ﬁtted ﬂowing folds FOOTWEAR forehead fourteenth century garment gipon girdle was worn gorget gown HAIR STYLES head HEAD-WEAR headdress hennin hip level hood hose houppelande hung jewelled kirtle knee knee-length lacing leather length linen liripipe loose Male styles mantle material men’s neck neckline nobility Norman ornamental padded period Phrygian cap piece plaits pleated popular pouch remained in fashion Roman round Saxon shape shoes short shoulder side skirt slit sometimes strap super-tunic surcote tabard tunic under-garment upper class usually veil vertical waist wear wide sleeves wimple women wool wor n wore wrist