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Re: Fw: [CroatianHistory] Womans costume Second request for sources

Sorry, have not visited here recently. "Folk costume" is festival dress and not day to day or even regular special occasion dress. familiar 'folk costumes'
rickjs
Sep 20, 2010
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Re: Fw: [CroatianHistory] Womans costume Second request for sources

Sorry the highlighted underlined part of Rick's message did not show up in this post.... so here it is   Rick said " because people tend to assume that modern
Robert Jerin
Sep 17, 2010
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Re: Fw: [CroatianHistory] Womans costume Second request for sources

To Rick  What are your sources/data to support your views? Refer to highlighted/underlined comments in your previous message Thank you Robert Jerin Croatian
Robert Jerin
Sep 17, 2010
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Re: Fw: [CroatianHistory] Womans costume Re: Rick's comments

Probably the closest thing to this is my October tour, see link below Robert Jerin To learn about our Oct 2010 Heritage Trip to Croatia click on link
Robert Jerin
Sep 17, 2010
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Re: Fw: [CroatianHistory] Womans costume Re: Rick's comments

We are interested in the Historical tour of Croatian. Would you happen to know if that something that is offered every fall? Maria ... From: Robert Jerin
Maria Cathcart
Sep 16, 2010
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Re: Fw: [CroatianHistory] Womans costume Re: Rick's comments

To Rick    What are your sources/data to support your views? Robert Jerin Croatian Heritage Museum Cleveland Ohio Here is a link to some examples of
Robert Jerin
Sep 14, 2010
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Fw: [CroatianHistory] Womans costume Re: Activity question

Here is a link to some examples of embroidery from women's caps from the  *17th* century from Croatia  
Robert Jerin
Sep 13, 2010
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Womans costume Re: Activity question

Many good links here! "Costume" does not bother me as a word for research, and in a way "folk dress" is more scary to me when we talk about 16th-17th C,
rickjs
Aug 31, 2010
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Re: Activity question

Obviously you if you are seeing clothing with French or Italian influences then you looking at upper classes in large cities.  In fact the peasants would have
Robert Jerin
Aug 30, 2010
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Re: Activity question

I've been looking at Hungarian from the late 16th Century for a couple years now. Trouble is finding proof of women's clothing that isn't French or Italian. I
Catriona Morganosa
Aug 30, 2010
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Re: Worth a look

  Here is a link to the Croatian History Museum   http://www.hismus.hr/   And a web page about Croatian History by Darko Zubrinic of Zagreb  
Robert Jerin
Aug 30, 2010
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Activity question

Not much activity here. Question for SCA people, are there any Croatian/ south-Slav dudes at SCA events where you are? I went to a History Show in Dade
hrvatski_r
Aug 30, 2010
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Worth a look

worth a look, http://www.muzej.mod.gov.rs/ Richard
hrvatski_r
Aug 30, 2010
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Croatian Aryan origins / the Sarmation connection

Really great video about the Croatians/Sarmation connection going back ancestrally to the Northern Aryan Iranian tribes:
Pan R. Suligowski
Apr 28, 2009
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Swords and things

www.samarkandia.com is entertaining. I like the Magyr items. Has anyone ordered from there?
hrvatski_r
Oct 17, 2008
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