From the Hours of the Duchess de Bourgogne, c 1450 Belt OVER a sidless surcoat.
St. Catherine from a Flemish Calvary (c. 1400) center brooch closing cloak
Aldersbach Abbey, Cod. lat. 2599, fol. 106 verso,Germany, about 1200, (Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek). Mentioned in - "The year...
Historie odívání - 13.století, část 4.
Codex Manesse Ulrich von Singenberg detail - 1300–1400 in European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
garnache- was a long cloak that was open at the sides under the arms. It was often lined with fur or had fur on the collar.
Morgan Library ms m.638 (Maciejowski Bible) Paris 1244-1254AD Fol 32r. David obtains Goliath's sword, bystander holding shepherds crook Fol 27r. The shepherd, David Fol. 25r. The shepherd, David
Early middle ages: red cote with a cyclas surcote. a garnache is worn over.
Time Traveling with Needles: Men's 14th Century Cotehardie and Hose