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1313-1383 Isabella of Valois Duchess of Bourbon. http://jeannedepompadour.blogspot.com/2012/09/valois-women-of-valois-duchess-of.html

Medieval heraldic parti-colored (mid-parti) cotehardie with tippets and very high neckline, 12-15th century

Medieval tablet weaving.

Saint Isabelle (Capet) of France, (1224 - 1270) Daughter of Louis VIII of France and Blanche of Castile. In 1256 she founded the Poor Clare Monastery of Longchamp in the part of the Forest of Rouvray now called the Bois de Boulogne, west of Paris. She is honored as a saint by the Franciscan Order. 22nd GGAunt

Medieval image of tablet weaving loom

Isabella of Hainault - Queen Consort of France (b.1170 - d. 1190) Married to Philippe II, "Augustus" King of the Franks.

Japanese Design Books mid 19th Century, Meiji period, Lithograph Print

a *fantastic* collection of funerary and cathedral statuary, and some sarcophagi, from Germany in the 1300s (themcs.com - Britain's SCA)

◇ France 1964

Women's wear - Houpellandes