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Reconstructions of garments of the medieval period.

Cracow townswomen's dress, made for the Historical Museum of Kraków, turn of 15th/16th c. Photo: Andrzej Janikowski, Tomasz KalarusCracow townswomen's dress, made for the Historical Museum of Kraków, turn of 15th/16th c. Photo: Andrzej Janikowski, Tomasz Kalarus
Clothing of Nuremberg's man, 1498. Photo: Stanisław RozpędzikClothing of Nuremberg's man, 1498. Photo: Stanisław Rozpędzik
Reconstruction of a garment of a member of Cracow town council, end of 14 c. Property of Historical Museum of Cracow - exposition in Kraków's town hall tower. Photo: Piotr DroździkReconstruction of a garment of a member of Cracow town council, end of 14 c. Property of Historical Museum of Cracow - exposition in Kraków's town hall tower. Photo: Piotr Droździk
Cracow townswomen's dress, based on shoemaker's clothing from the Balthasar Behem Codex, early 16th c. Photo: Stanisław RozpędzikCracow townswomen's dress, based on shoemaker's clothing from the Balthasar Behem Codex, early 16th c. Photo: Stanisław Rozpędzik
Garments of a woman of a princely line, 13th c. Photo: Piotr DroździkGarments of a woman of a princely line, 13th c. Photo: Piotr Droździk
Reconstruction of a courtly dress, early 15th c., based on a predelle from Bergheim. Photo: Stanisław RozpędzikReconstruction of a courtly dress, early 15th c., based on a predelle from Bergheim. Photo: Stanisław Rozpędzik
Reconstruction of a french dress of 15th/16th c. Photo: Zofia RojekReconstruction of a french dress of 15th/16th c. Photo: Zofia Rojek
Dress (fr. houppelande), beginning of 15th c. Made for the Museum of Silesian Piast's in BrzegDress (fr. houppelande), beginning of 15th c. Made for the Museum of Silesian Piast's in Brzeg