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Re: [sig] Digest Number 1208

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  • Paquerette
    ... You don t mean that it wasn t sewn at all, do you? The straps may have been pinned to the front panel instead of sewn down, but the different pieces of the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 17, 2003
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      sig@yahoogroups.com wrote:

      > > I've always found it curious that there is a similarity between the
      > > 'traditional' polygonal overdress with straps that is considered
      > > postperiod for Russia and the Viking apron-dress... but because we do have
      > Russian scholars drive the similarity with Mongol sleeveless overcoats and Corean dresses as well. The main difference with the Viking women's apron dress is that it was not sewn.

      You don't mean that it wasn't sewn at all, do you? The straps may have
      been pinned to the front panel instead of sewn down, but the different
      pieces of the garment were sewn together.

      Enn.
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