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* 1000-1066: [http://web.onetel.net.uk/~npwilson/maering/11thdress.htm Anglo-Saxon Women's Clothing for the 11th century]
 
* 1000-1066: [http://web.onetel.net.uk/~npwilson/maering/11thdress.htm Anglo-Saxon Women's Clothing for the 11th century]
  
====General====
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==Clothing by Type==
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* [http://moas.atlantia.sca.org/wsnlinks/index.php?action=displaycat&catid=717 Atlantian A&S Links: Anglo-Saxon Clothing]
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====Cloak====
 
* [http://www.aeans.org/articles/ascloak.shtml Anglo-Saxon Cloaks]
 
* [http://www.aeans.org/articles/ascloak.shtml Anglo-Saxon Cloaks]
* [http://moas.atlantia.sca.org/wsnlinks/index.php?action=displaycat&catid=717 Atlantian A&S Links: Anglo-Saxon Clothing]
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====Tunic====
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20080327225250/http://home.insight.rr.com/cains/documentation/ An Anglo-Saxon Cyrtel] - (Accessed from the Wayback Machine)
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====Shoes====
 
* [http://pinterest.com/pin/155937205820068483/ Anglo-Saxon leather shoes from York]
 
* [http://pinterest.com/pin/155937205820068483/ Anglo-Saxon leather shoes from York]
  

Latest revision as of 22:14, 12 May 2013

Main article: Anglo-Saxon England

Clothing by Time Period

Pre-Period

401-900

901-1066

Clothing by Type

Cloak

Tunic

Shoes

Pre and Post History

Many of the clothing styles from the early Saxons would also have been worn by Anglo-Saxons, though the styles may have shifted over time. Saxon clothing

Many Anglo-Saxon nobility fled to Scotland, Ireland and Scandinavia after the Norman conquest of England. Anglo-Saxon soldiers appear to have joined with the Byzantine Empire as mercenaries. Clothing styles from this point in England were considered Norman.

References

  1. British Costume: A Complete History of the Dress of the Inhabitants of the British Islands (1849) by James Robinson Planché
  2. History of British costume (1834) by James Robinson Planché
  3. A History of English Dress from the Saxon period to the present day, Vol 1 (1893) by Georgiana Hill
  4. A Complete View of the Dress and Habits of the People of England (1862) by Joseph Strutt & James Robinson Planché
  • Joseph Strutt's A Complete View of Dress and Habits of the People of England - Plates Only