Re: Clothing in the Court of Dracula
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>as 'Seljuk'and 'Mongolian' directions. Also consider Marmauk and
> consentration of the 'Ottoman' influence will not be as productive
My research into Kievian culture has led me thinking that there was
no specific dress, each wearing what worked for their task.
You may also want to explore the writings if St. Elizabeth of
Hungary, thogh she is of an earlier peirod.
- He was raised for many years among the Turks so certainly they influenced
him in many regards. However, he also hated them and fought against them
life so the question is always; Did he adopt their fashions because
they were comfortable and familiar or did he reject them utterly
because he hated them?
Remember the adage, we become what we hate/loathe.
Soffya Appollonia Tudja
Argent, a patriarchal cross between three crescent gules on a chief sable
three fleur-de-lys Or
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> You may also want to explore the writings if St. Elizabeth of*blink* I wasn't aware St. Elizabeth of Hungary had written anything! Do
> Hungary, thogh she is of an earlier peirod.
you know the titles?
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> A few ideas to aid you in your pursuit of an educational
> adventure ;)
Wonderful ideas all! Thank you! I'll let you know what I find.