Boksten Man (found in bog, late 14th-century) finds. Hood (with 90cm liripipe), cloak, tunic/kyrtle, hose (plus two closeups showing hose tied at back and holes/repairs in main garment).
Belt Hook, 15th c, French. Wrought iron
[EARLIER] Byzantine(?) Varangian/Viking
#Medieval Complete outfit 14th cent. Cotehardie and breeches with a circle cloak.
Year1350 - 1450 Dimensions h. 18.2 cm Material and techniqueiron engobe, stonewareCreditlineSchenking Materialstoneware (material > inorganic material > ceramics > stoneware) iron engobe Geographical originLangerwehe (Europe > Western Europe > Germany > Langerwehe)
Bocksten tunic man's loose tunic dated to 1350 - 1360, Vaberg Museum
The Bocksten Bog Man's clothes 14 C
Gardcorps initially man's garment was used in 13th and 14th century as a practical kind of cloak. Below brocade garment (pattern) lined by thick wool cloth man wears red cotte and green hose. The head is covered by white linen coif and brown woolen hat. Half of 14th century.
Clothing worn by the Bocksten Man (Varberg, Sweden, ca 1350-1370)