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This term '''Coathardie''' is fairly broad, and can refer to several differnt garments. For possible definitions, scroll down to Caothardie in thefollowing external link: [[http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~marc-carlson/cloth/glossary.html Marc Carlson's Glossary]]
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The term '''Coathardie''' is fairly broad, and can refer to several differnt garments. For possible definitions, scroll down to Caothardie in thefollowing external link: [[http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~marc-carlson/cloth/glossary.html Marc Carlson's Glossary]]
   
 
The most common useage of this term in [[SCA]] cirles is refering to a farily tightly fitted female garment of the [[14th Century|14th]] to [[15th Century]] that stereotypically has rows of buttons down the front and along the sides of the tightly fitted sleeves.
 
The most common useage of this term in [[SCA]] cirles is refering to a farily tightly fitted female garment of the [[14th Century|14th]] to [[15th Century]] that stereotypically has rows of buttons down the front and along the sides of the tightly fitted sleeves.

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The term Coathardie is fairly broad, and can refer to several differnt garments. For possible definitions, scroll down to Caothardie in thefollowing external link: [Marc Carlson's Glossary]

The most common useage of this term in SCA cirles is refering to a farily tightly fitted female garment of the 14th to 15th Century that stereotypically has rows of buttons down the front and along the sides of the tightly fitted sleeves.

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