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    Medieval Reference

    Hi guys I´m new here, then this is my first post.
    I wanted to ask if someone could help me with medieval reference, I would like reference about how people like peasants, nobles and clerics used to wear, it could be festivals but where is a lot and good view of things. Thanks!
    (And sorry if my english is bad)

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    Have you tried searching Google?

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    Isn´t that I hadn't, I'm asking because someone here could know some sites or book.

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    Armstreet makes the best period/reenactment clothing (armor too), and their site is full of nice, big images.


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    Elwell, you're awesome for that link thanks!

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    Thanks it sure will help.

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    Has anyone tried TudorDressing.com?? They seem to carry some decent stuff...

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    Armstreet makes the best period/reenactment clothing (armor too), and their site is full of nice, big images.


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