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59134Re: [Authentic_SCA] 14th Century Bra Kind of Found in Austrian Castle

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  • Heather Rose Jones
    Jul 29 11:47 AM
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      I tend to count 16th century as post-medieval. (After all, we have 16th c. underpants from Italy as well.)

      Tangwystyl

      On Jul 29, 2012, at 8:41 AM, lilinah@... wrote:

      > Heather Rose Jones wrote:
      >> They found a pair of underpants. I have yet to see any sound reason for
      >> identifying them as _women's_ underpants.** Nevertheless, OMG we have a
      >> surviving pair of medieval underpants!
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      >> Tangwystyl
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      >> **There are excellent reasons for strongly doubting that they are women's
      >> underpants, but let's just leave it at that for the moment.
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      > Well, there's one 16th c. Ottoman underpants, called chakshir, which i have reproduced in my size... So, OMG, we have a surviving pair of medieval European underpants.
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      > Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)
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