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[Medieval costumes of Central Europe: fig. 1 Queen Clotilda; fig. 2 Maid of honor; fig. 3 Frankish leader; fig. 4 Frankish warriors; fig. 5 King Clovis; fig. 6, Charlemagne; fig. 7, 8 Prince & Princess; fig. 9, 10 Noble & wife; fig. 11 Leader under Charlemagne; fig. 12 Warriors; fig. 13 Bishop; fig. 14 common people; fig. 15-18 Frankish royal family; fig. 19, 20 Plebendary & nun; fig. 21 Citizen; fig. 22, 23 Norman king & queen; fig. 24-26 Norman nobles; fig. 27, 28 Norman citizen]

[Medieval costumes of Central Europe: fig. 1 Queen Clotilda; fig. 2 Maid of honor; fig. 3 Frankish leader; fig. 4 Frankish warriors; fig. 5 King Clovis; fig. 6, Charlemagne; fig. 7, 8 Prince & Princess; fig. 9, 10 Noble & wife; fig. 11 Leader under Charlemagne; fig. 12 Warriors; fig. 13 Bishop; fig. 14 common people; fig. 15-18 Frankish royal family; fig. 19, 20 Plebendary & nun; fig. 21 Citizen; fig. 22, 23 Norman king & queen; fig. 24-26 Norman nobles; fig. 27, 28 Norman citizen]

 
 
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Illus. in: Heck, Iconographic Encyc. 1851, plate 21.
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Caption card tracings: Relig. Clergy; Middle Ages; PI; France Hist.; Shelf.

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