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An easy-to-edit dumping place for my SCA research venues.
Things which are oddly similar: Huve AKA “St. Brigitta cap” 6th-12th century (upper left) Two-Tailed cap 14th-15th century (upper right) Tudor coif 15th-16th century (lower left) Elizabethan cap 15th-17th century (lower right) from http://www.extremecostuming.com/articlesii/howtowearthecoif.html This caught my eye a while ago. It seems obvious when […]
Chausses – French word for medieval fabric or armor leg covering. Pronounced [shohs] (rhymes with “shows”). English speaking people would call them “hose”. Notice, “hose” rhymes with “chausses” (when it’s pronounced correctly). But Sylvie, you say, I’ve heard some people pronounce it as [chaw-ses]. To […]