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1853Re: Hungarian garb

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  • Jeff Smith
    Jan 29, 2000
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      Am I the only one who can't find the picture? If I am, where should I look?

      Barcsi Janos


      >In a book of Hungarian Illuminations, we found a mid-late period scholars
      >robe that looked fun. Well, it turns out that it is a VERY comfortable
      >garment. Essentially it is an undertunic (you can tell from the picture)
      >and a robe with a split at the elbow to allow the arms exit, as the
      >sleeves are sewn shut (like they are on the traditional Tzur). It is wore
      >tied at the waist with a belt in some cases, or loose in others. I highly
      >recommend making one, as I think it's one of my favorite pieces of garb at
      >the moment. Very simple. Very pretty. Very Comfy.
      >
      >Hope this helps.
      >
      >Cu drag,
      >Bogdan de la Brasov
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