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It was not popular long, but was worn well into the 13th century, after its fashionable period, 1140-1160 had ended.
The most compelling evidence of the bliaut, also called bliaut are the statues of Christ and his followers, the Queen of Sheba and the Saints at Chatres Cathedral.
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If your print subscription includes digital access, you will also be able to log in to The Inquirer and Daily News replicas and using the same username and password login credentials.The gown is gathered at the shoulder seams and at the armhole seams on the sleeves, to create the effect of pleating.It is fitted to the hips, and held in place by a girdle and a decorative belt.Although the statues are representative of Holy men and women, they are carved in contemporary clothing.The statues of the left and right jambs, of the west portal, right doorway and the west portal, center doorway, as well as the west portal, left door, right and left jambs are extremely well preserved images of both men and women wearing the bliaut. bliaut) A loose upper garment or surcoat worn by both sexes of all classes in the 12th century and familiarised to us by the modern blouse which has so nearly preserved the name....
I hope it is of some help to you.(To see images of the garments discussed, please go to Historical photos.) By L. It was the nobility that used these innovations from the Holy Land combined with the European style of dress with far more variety than the common folk.