- Greetings, Here are some examples of sites with picture etc that you might find useful. http://camelot-treasures.com/aenor/menhat.htm (make sure to click onMessage 1 of 4 , Aug 27, 2012View SourceGreetings,
Here are some examples of sites with picture etc that you might find useful.
http://camelot-treasures.com/aenor/menhat.htm (make sure to click on the
photo for a larger view)
There are really good views of men's head coverings at this site also,
including hoods. https://picasaweb.google.com/110729967302757996818/1180
There were also hat/caps made to identify men of learning:
Here is an Austrian image; it is a family portrait, apparently quite
intimate, dated about 1166 of Graef Siboto (Comes- Count Siboto) of
Falkenstein. It is south German in provenance.
Graf Siboto, the husband, has long curly hair and is wearing a patterned
hat called a birett in the description. He also is wearing a violet gown,
with a patterned border and has a red mantle, and is showing off his
patterned leg coverings. Over his head is written: "D(OMI)N(U)S SIBOTO
Biertt or Bonete Epanol were also examples of academic recognition:
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