mi-parti (was: sideless surcotes)
- I wrote:
> Mi-parti surcotes, on the other hand, are widely depicted and wereMary West asked:
> probably worn popularly. If you want to combine the principal
> tinctures of your proposed device in such a fashion (making the
> left-hand half of your surcote in one and the right-hand in another),
> that would be a plausible choice.
> What is a mi-parti surcote?"Mi-parti" means "one color on the left-hand side and another on the
right"--like the tunic in the rear left of the image on folio 339r of
the Manesse Codex
A mi-parti surcote is a surcote that is mi-parti.
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