The city of liege: man's underwear of 1370-1400th years
Shossy (type Of golfs, gaiters) were made or from Woollen cloth, or, on warm weather, from Flax. that Did not slip in the course of carrying, them fixed to And did Garters Under a knee. Garters Could be from Fabrics Or Skin, Or
On cold weather, on the first pair Could dress one more, more truncated (sometimes to a knee). something turned out like Gaiters. also to bottom Could sew A leather insole.
Bre (braies) within 14 centuries, trousers Were gradually shortened and by the end of the given period began to reach middle Of hip. Of bre Or Flax (both Not bleached, and Bleached, depending on the status of the owner). to Or . Existed three variants of fastening:
Two holes At waist level, same symmetric on , and through them was passed LaceWhich was fastened by a small knot;
On a waist fabric strings which fastened to Or ;
Kamiza (undershirt) Of hip Flax.
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