Thank you, thank you!! My lord is fighting for me in Crown this weekend and I'm wearing Saxon for his persona... and out of nowhere he asks "you're going to wear your belt under the bust, right?" And then he couldn't remember if that was accurate or not! Grr...
I'll check Regia Anglorum...
From: Lila Richards [mailto:lilar@...
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2005 5:16 AM
Subject: Re: [SCA-Garb] 10th century saxon women's garb question
> Quick question, please-
> How did the 10th C Saxon women wear their belts? Around the waist, under
the bust, hips and waist?
As far as I've ever seen/heard, round the waist. There are some specifically
Anglo-Saxon sites out there. Regia Anglorum is an excellent one. I can't
remember the url, but a search should get you there.
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