Oratorio di Santo Stefano at Lentate sul Seveso (MB, Lombardia, Italy); Crucifixion (detail) Master of Lentate, 1369-1375 c. Interesting detail of the belt passing through the upper hem of the pants, from which we can see a few dangling laces, meant for hanging a detached hose; there're further iconographical sources showing this kind of solution, a typical one in 14th c. and still being adopted at least until mid-15th c.
2007 carbon-14 testing indicated the Cortona tunic was found to date between 1155 and 1225, which falls within the lifetime of Saint Francis. The method of testing used by the Laboratory of Nuclear Techniques for Cultural Heritage of the INFN of Florence is described in detail in the Science Daily article.
Herjolfsnes No. 43 clothing based mainly on finds in Greenland is composed of linen breeches, woolen hoses of interesting pattern, linen tunic, woolen cote No. 43, linen coif and woolen hood No. 76. Iron circular broche was made by our friend Martin according Greenland's original. It was not found any other material than wool so linen parts are based on other extant pieces. For example for tunic was used Bocksten's pattern. Dress is entirely hand sewn. (second half of 14th century)
ew 14th century civilian men's clothing, entirely hand sewn with linen thread. Chausses, tunic, hood, and hat made of wool. Tunic dyed with onion skins, chausses and hood dyed with madder root. The tunic is based on the 14th century "Bocksten Man" tunic from Sweden, the hat is loosely based on one in the Luttrell Psalter. New pouch made of vegetable tanned cowhide based on those in "Purses in Pieces" by Olaf Goubitz.