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  1. Cloak: The wearing of a cloak indoors and for court appearances became the norm in this period.
  2. A cloak is a fine outer garment. (Web site)
  3. CLOAK: A sleeveless outer garment which fits closely at the neck and hangs loosely over the shoulders. (Web site)
  4. The cloak is the quintessence of medieval outerwear, and we offer ours in a number of styles and colors at prices you can afford.
  5. The cloak was knee-length, held with a brooch. (Web site)

Hooded Cloak

  1. Paenula: A short, hooded cloak of heavy wool, leather, or fur.
  2. This is a hooded cloak, worn extensively now and for centuries past by Arabs and Moors and also in Turkey. (Web site)
  3. Hooded cloak s were also worn.
  4. Description: This hooded cloak comes to the wearers ankles. (Web site)
  5. The hooded cloak also came into widespread use during the Romanesque period.

Th Century

  1. A white undertunic was layered under a coloured tunic and Roman-style palla or cloak until 10th century.
  2. Woman-s Short Cloak, Second half of the 18 th century By Kannik's Korner #KK 6901. Documentation included with pattern. (Web site)


  1. Lerner New York Co The belted plaid, not a cloak,a plaid.
  2. In winter they wrap themselves in the African cloak or the Tunisian burnous. (Web site)
  3. Another off-hand weapon that would have been easily at hand to a Renaissance duelist was the cloak. (Web site)
  4. When not used as a cloak, the upper part was pinned, but the sword arm would normally be left free. (Web site)
  5. As they reconstructed the cloak, the assumption was that it was a chasuble of some sort, a full circle with a slit for the head.

Women Wore

  1. Roman men and women wore a loose flowing tunica, sometimes with a girdle, and an outer cloak ( palla).
  2. From about 1600 to about 1000 bc Egyptian women also wore a loose, sleeveless cloak, called a haik, over the kalasiris.

Worn Over

  1. A cloak or cape worn over this tunic provided warmth.
  2. It is essentially a flowing outer cloak made of wool, worn over the thobe. (Web site)
  3. A wrap or cloak could be worn over the chiton, and occasionally the cloak was the only garment that was worn.


  1. A cloak with a hood, a cloak or mantle generally, or an ecclesiastical cope.
  2. The basic men's garb was a tunic (leine*) and cloak or mantle (brat*). (Web site)
  3. L-ine-and-Brat: The l-ine (pronounced "LEY-nuh") was a linen tunic of sorts, while the brat (pronounced "brawt") corresponds to a cloak or mantle.


  1. Over this was worn the stola draped as a head covering and cloak.
  2. ABAYA: The Abaya is a large, black cloak, worn either loose and flowing or wrapped around the body. (Web site)
  3. The clothes worn by men are less embellished - a plain kilt and jacket, with a folded cloak draped from the shoulder.
  4. Trousers were worn and subject to fashionable variation, and a tunic and a cloak completed the garb of an unarmed man. (Web site)


  1. Paludamentum, a military cloak, like that which the Greeks called chlamys. (Web site)
  2. A chlamys (------------) was an ancient Greek piece of clothing, namely a cloak. (Web site)

Men Wore

  1. She wore a purple cloak with this.
  2. Free Roman men wore the toga instead of a cloak.
  3. Young men often wore a short cloak ( chlamys) for riding. (Web site)
  4. Men characteristically wore pantaloon breeches (full trunk hose), high boots, a broad, falling lace or linen collar and cuffs, and a full cloak. (Web site)


  1. An ankle-length cloak with a short shoulder cape attached and a standing collar. (Web site)
  2. This is where the cloak fibula would have held it together at the soldier's shoulder (6).


  1. This cloak is only available in lengths of up to 60" (tea length on a six foot tall person).
  2. DiGrassi maintained that three things must be considered in using the cloak: its length, largeness and flexibility. (Web site)
  3. Empress Ariadne wore a full length semicircular cloak with a picture of her son embroidered in pearls in the tablion. (Web site)


  1. The BM’s cloak is sewn together at the shoulder, so it must have been pulled on over the head. (Web site)
  2. An oblong cloth serves as cloak in W. Sudan; it consists of five or six narrow strips sewn lengthwise. (Web site)


  1. The gown or robe was the cloak of the medieval monk and the hood was the head cover.
  2. Scholar's Outfit: A robe, a belt, a cap, soft shoes, and possibly a cloak.


  1. It is a loose outer garment like a cloak or coat.
  2. The outer layer was a woven grass cape or cloak. (Web site)
  3. The basic outer garment during winter was the himation, a larger cloak worn over the peplos or chlamys.


  1. There is also evidence that the Roman pallium, a rectangular cloak, was worn. (Web site)
  2. The basic elements of the Viking cloak ensemble are a rectangular cloak and a cloakpin. (Web site)


  1. A piece of a cloak from the early Christian period with inserted tufting s of wool has been found in an Irish bog.
  2. The Kinsale white Irish linen cloak from Hamel of Donegal is fully lined with a tie front, hood and embroidered Celtic Cross on the bodice of the cloak.

Cloak Worn

  1. After the 6th century, the cloak was worn symmetrically. (Web site)
  2. There is a cloak (worn by the Emperors with the gap at the front), "alb", dalmatic, stockings, slippers and gloves. (Web site)
  3. Typical of such garments were the peplos, a loose robe worn by women; the chlamys, a cloak worn by men; and the chiton, a tunic worn by both men and women.


  1. Sagum (Celtic loan word): The soldier's cloak of rough wool.
  2. The Cloak fits over all the Christening Robes and Rompers (cloak shown over smocked celtic christening gown). (Web site)


  1. The Bisht or Aba is a traditional loose cloak popular in the middle east.
  2. Amtgard Online How-to's Scroll down the middle of the page for PDF documents with illustrated instructions for basic tunic, pants, cloak, hat, etc.


  1. The find consisted of a woollen jacket or jerkin, a small portion of a mantle or cloak, trews or tartan trousers, and leather brogues.
  2. Men's clothing consisted of leggings, a tunic, and a cloak.


  1. Cape - Distinguished from a cloak, by reaching only to the small of the back or thereabouts, capes are decorative items. (Web site)
  2. Historically, the kaftan is a mans cotton or silk cloak buttoned down the front, with full sleeves, reaching to the ankles.


  1. Cucullus: Hooded cape or cloak.
  2. If you purchase a cloak, robe or tabard that has the keyword hooded, you will be able to pull that hood about your face to conceal yourself. (Web site)


  1. Traveler's Cloak: Like the Pathfinder's Cloak, this cloak is made of sturdy cotton, and is lined in your choice of fabrics.
  2. Merchant's Cloak: Still a very sturdy cloak, made in the same style as the above cloaks, minus the capelets.
  3. It includes sturdy boots, leather breeches or a skirt, a belt, a shirt (perhaps with a vest or jacket), gloves, and a cloak.


  1. A different type of cloak in use by the Germanic peoples was a poncho type garment with a central hole for the head. (Web site)
  2. Thesesexy super soft 100% baby alpaca wool cloak cape wrap poncho shawls are incredibly luxurious to touch.

Cloak Called

  1. A similar type of loose-fitting overgarment is a cloak called a burnoose, which often has a hood.
  2. A respectable matron would top this ensemble with a cloak called a palla, which was draped almost the same way that men wore their togas. (Web site)


  1. Hooded, lined, short cloak. (Web site)
  2. Best: Wool cloak, cassock or jacket, hand-sewn, linen lining. (Web site)
  3. A blue greatcoat or cloak, blue detachable cape was for outdoors use.
  4. A robe is distinguished from a cape or cloak by the fact that it usually has sleeves.
  5. They are organized by article of clothing: trousers, stockings, undertunic, overtunic, coat, cloak, and accessories. (Web site)


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