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Clothing in the Middle Ages

Elliott, Lynne (Book - 2004)
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For nobles in the Middle Ages, clothing was a symbol of power and status. Their clothes were costly, made of beautiful material and encrusted with jewelry. Peasants wore work clothes made of coarser material. Young readers will be fascinated by this new book that features fashions from the days of knights and ladies.
Authors: Elliott, Lynne
Title: Clothing in the Middle Ages
Publisher: New York : Crabtree Pub. Co., c2004
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill. ;,29 cm
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Statement of Responsibility: Lynne Elliott
Notes: Includes index
Contents: Clothing and the Middle Ages
Making fabrics
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Hats and shoes
Trade, towns, and textiles
Fabrics from far away
Children's clothing
Protected by armor
Dressed for prayer
Clothing in other cultures
Hygiene
Beauty
ISBN: 0778713830
0778713512
Branch Call Number: j 391 E46c 2004
Subject Headings: Civilization, Medieval Juvenile literature Clothing and dress History Medieval, 500-1500 Juvenile literature Costume History Medieval, 500-1500 Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Civilization, Medieval
Clothing and dress
Costume
LCCN: 2004000804
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For nobles in the Middle Ages, clothing was a symbol of power and status. Their clothes were costly, made of beautiful material and encrusted with jewelry. Peasants wore work clothes made of coarser material. Young readers will be fascinated by this new book that features fashions from the days o... Read More »


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