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The site is using dress terminology based on book “La España del siglo XIII: leída en imágenes” by Gonzalo Menendes Pidal, published by Real Academia de la Historia, in Madrid, 1986, ISBN 978-84-600-4861-9.

See below for details.

  • Bragas - breeches, male underwear, usually linen.
  • Camisa - underwear shirt, the first layer, with sleeves, usually from white linen. Extant cotton artifacts exist. Length to the hips (camisa a cuerda) or above knees.
  • Saya - shirt worn over camisa. Usually woolen, less frequently silken.
  • Pellote - layer worn over saya, woolen or silken.
    • Sleeveless with open sides.
    • With sleeves to middle forearm, so saya sleeve ends are visible.
  • Garnacha, tabardo, esclavína - travel clothing similar to coat, usually woolen.
    • Sleeves half-sewn on top and back, so one can decide to protect only body.
    • Sleeves long tubular to the knee length.
    • Sleeves cylindrical shape, expanding downwards.
    • Poncho.
  • Piel - fur lined woolen coat, wide sleeves usually just to middle of forearm.
  • Redondel - half-circle woolen cloak with extra opening for left hand at 1/3 circumference and fur lined collar.
  • Balandre - poncho with hood, worn by shepherds and peasants.

Tocados masculinos

  1. cofia
  2. capiello de los caballeros
  3. capiello redondos
  4. capiello en forma de boina
  5. capirote
  6. sombrero

en/terminology.txt · Last modified: 2021/07/14 23:34 by Vít Hrachový