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Men's cloack from Bocksten

This short cloak from late 12th-13th century was found together with a tunic, hose and a hood. It was made from 2 pieces of fabric 60cm-wide and some leftovers. Judging by the length of other garments, it was probably made for a man approximately 155-165 cm tall, so as to end just a bit above the knee. It was probably worn with the opening over the right arm.

 

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Based on: Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Cloaks - Sknurmantel; I. Marc Carlson; 1996

 
Patterns of extant garments - Mantles, part 1
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