Re: [Authentic_SCA] Odd tunic in the Maciejowski Bible
For what it's worth, it reminds me of some Spanish 13th c. men's overtunics
I've seen. They seeme to have sleeves that you coulg get out of so they'd
just hang there. I couldn't find a really good example, but they're not too
different from the one at:
I wouldn't assume it's the undertunic showing through, as the material
showing is the same color as the yunic of the man with the orange hood behind
to the right, and also that of the man by the doorway. I'd say that's the
tunic, and the funny garment is some kind of funny sucote.
Just my guesses!
> While looking through the Maciejowski Bible, I found a tunic
> with something odd. Look at
> http://www1.tip.nl/~t401243/mac/mac16rA.jpg , the man second
> from the right wearing a blue tunic and holding axe. There seem
> to be verticle slits with his undertunic showing through. Has
> anyone here figured out what this is?