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  • Amy L. Hornburg Heilveil
    While searching for something else in the Floriligium, I came across this list of resources for Spanish garments and thought that someone on the group could
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 31, 2002
      While searching for something else in the Floriligium, I came across this
      list of resources for Spanish garments and thought that someone on the
      group could benefit from it. *grin*

      Enjoy, and remember, ILL is your friend! *grin*

      Smiles,
      Despina



      Sources to Help You in the Construction of the Clothing of 13th Century
      Spain from Mistress Maddalena Jessamyn di Piemonte (sorry, I can't
      underline in this stupid system we have...)

      Anderson, Ruth Matilda. (1942). "Pleated Headresses of Castilla and Leon
      (12th and 13th Centuries)". In Notes Hispanic, 1942, p.50-75.excellent

      Bernis (Madroza), Carmen. (1954). "Tapiceria Hispano Musulmana (Siglos
      IX-XI)." Archivo Espanol de Arte, 27, p.189-211.

      __________________. (1956). oIndumetaria Medieval Espanola. Madrid:
      Institute Diego Velasquez. through late 15th c.

      __________________. (1956). Tapiceria Hispano-Musulmana (Siglos XII y XIV).
      Archivo Espanol de Arte, 29, p.95-115.

      __________________. (1970). La Moda y las Imagenes Goticas de la Virgen.
      Claves Para su Fechacion. Archivo Espanol de Arte, 43, p.193-218. timelines
      for the evolution of the basic camica, saya

      Canderra y Solano, d. Valentin. (1864). Iconagrafia Espanola- Colleccion de
      Retratos, Estatuas, Mausoleos y Demas Monumentos Inededitos de Reyes,
      Reines, Grandes Capitanes, Escritores, Etc. desde el Siglio XI hasta el
      VII. Madrid: Imprenta de Don Romon Campuzano. surpisingly accurate source,
      drawings from tombs

      Lovillo, Jose Guerrero. (1949). Las Cantigas: estudio arqueolologico des
      sus miniaturas. Madrid: Instituto Diego Velasquez. good categorization of
      clothing types, but questionable because of pattern conjecture...also
      weapons, architecture, clerical vestments
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