Medieval clothing history traditionally begins with the fall of the Western Roman Empire in AD 476. The transition from classical to the medieval clothing was more gradual. The Byzantine Empire continued for another thousand years, with both sexes of the upper classes wearing the tunic as the basic garment. In the West, the invasions from the north brought trousers, fitted tunics, and hoods, but it was almost three centuries before any recorded Western style evolved from the interaction of Roman and northern European forms of dress.
Court ladies wore a long tunic put on over the head with…
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