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Hoods

One of the most popular head wear slowly developed from practical protection against weather to extravagant accessories used mainly on Burgundian court. It was worn separately or with hat. It should not missed to any complete medieval costume.

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12th century

hood used in 12th century resembling executor's.

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13th century

one type depicted in the book of Viollet le Duc. It is fastened under chin.

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Hood

basic shape of hood typical in 13-14th century

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Short liripipe

Pattern inspired by hood fragment founded in London excavation. Late 14th century

 
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Chaperone

Hood warped to extravagant hat from 14-15th century

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Ladie's hood

hood used by women in place of coif in 15th century

 
Pattern's Adaptation - Hats & Caps, part 1
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