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Category: Body Linen

The task of medieval underwear was to isolate the body from the outer woollen clothes - it was the only element of garments that was regularly washed. Usually it was made of linen, for wealthier users of silk, and in the late part of the Middle Ages of cotton. It is a basic and inseparable part of medieval clothing. Medieval men's linen consists of a shirt (camisia), braies (bracca) and sometimes an underwear belt, and medieval women's linen consists of a long shirt.

Products quantity: 3

A 13th century long shirt

A long woman’s shirt worn under the dress. A long shirt has a small cut, a V-neck. ...

Century: XIII, XIV

PRICE from: 47.00 EUR

A long woman’s shirt worn under the dress. The cut was bigger than in the earlier form, much more similar to the neck in the dress, with long sleeves. ...

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 47.00 EUR

The shirt was fitted to the trunk with a shoulder-strap, with gussets from the waist. The shirt was worn under a low-cut dress and with very fitted sleeves. It was typical for the end of the 14th cent...

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 57.00 EUR

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