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'''Underwear''' refers to [[clothing]], generally assumed to be of [[linen]] worn under everyday [[clothing]]. The term is rather subjective.
 
'''Underwear''' refers to [[clothing]], generally assumed to be of [[linen]] worn under everyday [[clothing]]. The term is rather subjective.
   
It appears that in particular men were less prudish in appearing in it during the [[middle ages]] and there are numerous images of farmworkers tilling fields wearing little more than their shirt and [[braies]]. Images of people swimming in the [[15th century]] depicted short [[braies]] tied at the waist. There is a least one image of men's underwear that takes the form of a bikini bottom tied on one side with cords.
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It appears that in particular men were less prudish in appearing in it during the [[middle ages]] and there are numerous images of farmworkers tilling fields wearing little more than their [[shirt]] and [[braies]]. Images of people swimming in the [[15th century]] depicted short [[braies]] tied at the waist. There is a least one image of men's underwear that takes the form of a bikini bottom tied on one side with cords.
   
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[[category:clothing]]

Revision as of 20:53, 24 January 2006

Underwear refers to clothing, generally assumed to be of linen worn under everyday clothing. The term is rather subjective.

It appears that in particular men were less prudish in appearing in it during the middle ages and there are numerous images of farmworkers tilling fields wearing little more than their shirt and braies. Images of people swimming in the 15th century depicted short braies tied at the waist. There is a least one image of men's underwear that takes the form of a bikini bottom tied on one side with cords.