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In 1382 today, Queen Joanna of Naples was assassinated in her bed at age 56. It is believed that she was killed on the orders of her niece's husband, because of her support for the Avignon Papacy. Joanna was an effective ruler for her time, and every proclamation and edict from her rule, was signed and sealed by her, despite how insignificant. She also insisted on free medical treatment for the poor and her nation was said to be ahead of its time in terms of healthcare.>>NOTE plaid head…

Joanna I – 27 July born Joanna of Anjou, was Queen of Naples from 1343 until her death. She was also Countess of Provence and Forcalquier, Queen consort of Majorca and titular Queen of Jerusalem and Sicily and Princess of Achaea

More frequently than seeing the simple veil, we often see a veil worn with another piece of headgear. Description from maniacalmedievalist.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

On Yer Heade Part III, Women's Headgear in the Century - Esperanza, the Maniacal Medievalist (pic from Manesse codex veil

St. Rita of Cacsia-  1381-1457 Patron Saint of the Impossible, abused wives and widows (note the accurate portrayal of her Medieval religious habit, brown and white veil with brown ribbon borders). She is holding the Holy Nail, the main symbol of her penance.

Rita of Cacsia- Patron Saint of the Impossible, abused wives and widows (note the accurate portrayal of her Medieval religious habit, brown and white veil with brown ribbon borders). She is holding the Holy Nail, the main symbol of her penance.

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Medieval Clothing, Medieval Dress

Medieval Clothing, Medieval Dress