Laurence Olivier costume from Henry V [1944]

Laurence Olivier costume from Henry V Nice short surcoat. Needs the heraldry to stop it looking marcher.

Cool looking hoodie with nice trim. listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/77706736/hoodie-for-men-medieval-hoodie-game-of

hoodie for men - sca clothing- brown hoodie- elven hood- medieval hoodie -psy clothing- pointy hood

Found this picture on another site that I can't open, this is the correct site.  It has some step by step, but you really need the book she references.

Latticecaul- a headpiece that would cover the hair of a married woman.

Pellegrinaio Santa Maria della Scala, Siena. Back view of a knee-length Italian cioppa or houppelande of figured silk. One sleeve is turned back to the shoulder to reveal the lining and the doublet sleeve beneath. Sienna, 1442.

Back view of a knee-length Italian cioppa or houppelande of figured silk. One sleeve is turned back to the shoulder to reveal the lining and the doublet sleeve beneath. Sienna, Late or

A Grecian gown in the peplos style. The fabric is synthetic, but it's very beautiful. Kind of shiny, seafoam green on one side and yellow-green on the other side. The dress is, of course, reversibl...

gossips by Antalika: The medieval city woman (early century). Costumes for my pattern sewn by the girls with photos. except for the checkered surcoat - it is sewn together me and Olga.

Henry VII.  After taking the throne, king Henry VII disarmed the nobility, a maneuver essential for consolidation and restoration of royal authority. The infamous Star Chamber was revived. He kept his promise to marry Elizabeth of York, thereby affirming his legitimacy. She bore him eight children, including the future King Henry VIII. An Historical Figure of England, Tudor Dynasty.

Portrait length color image of Henry VII aka. Henry VII of England, Harri Tudur, by George Stuart.

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