garment of a woman accompanying the soldiers is inspired by a
graphic G.270 Women and Knaves (c.1530, The German single-leaf
woodcut, 1500-1550, Max Geisberg ; rev. and edited by Walter L.
Strauss, New York : Hacker Art Books, 1974.). The dress has a
bodice made of brocade and a linen skirt. The underdress and the
chemise are described here. The headwear consists of wulsthaube
and an embroidered steuchlein ( veil covering). The integral
clothing part is a pouche created
after an extant original in Brno Museum collection.