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A tabard is an item of [[clothing]] worn over [[armour]] which is also a great way to display your [[heraldry]]. Basically it is a rectangle with a hole for the neck and is held on by either a [[belt]] or ties at the sides.
 
A tabard is an item of [[clothing]] worn over [[armour]] which is also a great way to display your [[heraldry]]. Basically it is a rectangle with a hole for the neck and is held on by either a [[belt]] or ties at the sides.
  
''See also:'' [[Period Clothing]]
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''See also:'' [[Surcoat]], [[Period Clothing]]
 
[[category:clothing]]
 
[[category:clothing]]

Revision as of 23:35, 2 May 2006

A tabard is an item of clothing worn over armour which is also a great way to display your heraldry. Basically it is a rectangle with a hole for the neck and is held on by either a belt or ties at the sides.

See also: Surcoat, Period Clothing