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== Events ==
 
== Events ==
 
* Song dynasty loses power over Northern China
 
* Song dynasty loses power over Northern China
 
* First, Second, and Third [[Crusade]]s of western European kingdoms against Islam
 
* First, Second, and Third [[Crusade]]s of western European kingdoms against Islam
 
* [[Pope Adrian IV]] granted overlordship of [[Ireland]] to [[Henry II]] of [[England]].
 
* [[Pope Adrian IV]] granted overlordship of [[Ireland]] to [[Henry II]] of [[England]].
* Suger rebuilds the abbey [[church]] at [[St Denis]] north of [[Paris]], seen as first [[Gothic]] building
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* Suger rebuilds the abbey [[church]] at [[St Denis]] north of [[Paris]], regarded as first [[Gothic]] building
 
* [[Portugal]] declares independence from the kingdom of [[Leon]] and [[Castille]] in 1139  
 
* [[Portugal]] declares independence from the kingdom of [[Leon]] and [[Castille]] in 1139  
  
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== Artwork ==
 
== Artwork ==
European art: transitional from Romanesque to Gothic.
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European art: transitional period from Romanesque to Gothic.
  
 
== Clothing ==
 
== Clothing ==
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*12th century Garb mailing list (also diverges to acessories, jewellry and occasionally daily life in the 12th C
 
*12th century Garb mailing list (also diverges to acessories, jewellry and occasionally daily life in the 12th C
 
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/12thcenturygarb/
 
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/12thcenturygarb/
*Instructions on how to make a (currect best guess) highly authentic bliaut
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*Instructions on how to make a (current best guess) highly authentic bliaut
 
http://jauncourt.i8.com/bliautho.htm
 
http://jauncourt.i8.com/bliautho.htm
  

Revision as of 17:14, 5 September 2003

Events

Significant people


Artwork

European art: transitional period from Romanesque to Gothic.

Clothing

T-tunic styles continue esentially unchanged from the 11th century (often a little tighter fitting across the chest), as clothing for the common man or woman, and the lord or lady when working, or less fashionable. Court styles see the introduction of the bliaut for both sexes, a tightly fitted garment, often cut with silly dangly long sleeves. see: 12th century garb

External Garb Links

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/12thcenturygarb/

  • Instructions on how to make a (current best guess) highly authentic bliaut

http://jauncourt.i8.com/bliautho.htm


See also: