... Not to mention that the word chemise is French, not English, and didn t come into common use in England till later than SCA period. The appropriateMessage 1 of 38 , Feb 1, 2003View Source
>Not to mention that the word "chemise" is French, not English, and didn't
>There is no difference between a chemise and a camicia. Camicia is just the
>Italian word for chemise. Italian chemises were certainly of a different
>style than English ones, but both were worn as a base layer against the
come into common use in England till later than SCA period. The
appropriate English word is "smock".
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... Yep. It s the main reason I love this list so much. And there s not *too* much of it either, which is great. :) ... Sounds lovely! Is it gold colour orMessage 38 of 38 , Feb 1, 2003View Source--- Amanda Bowen <reason_prevails@...> wrote:
> >affectionate joking around between online friends.Yep. It's the main reason I love this list so much.
> We do that a great deal, don't we? :) Gotta love ya,
And there's not *too* much of it either, which is
> ps - I just found a great source for silk dupioni-Sounds lovely! Is it gold colour or gold metallic?
> especially changeful silk
> with red warp and gold weft.
> I'm thinking ofDupioni...hmm...I probably wouldn't have a use for it
> attempting Queen Margaret's
> golden gown. *grin* If you want the guy's email or
> his eBay id let me know.
in garb, but maybe mundanely. Yes please - I'll have
it just in case :)
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