Kim Søndergaard

Kim Søndergaard

Kim Søndergaard
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Rosalie's Medieval Woman Easy Laced Gown Tutorial

Rosalie's Medieval Woman Easy Laced Gown Tutorial

Medieval Love

Medieval Love

Storms End. "This Storm’s End is an old place. There are spells woven into the stones. Dark walls that no shadow can pass-ancient, forgotten, yet still in place.”

Storms End. "This Storm’s End is an old place. There are spells woven into the stones. Dark walls that no shadow can pass-ancient, forgotten, yet still in place.”

Medieval Design Inspiration: inspired by the Middle Period of European history (5th to 15th century). This dramatic look reflects the stone castles and wooden dining halls of this era.

Medieval Design Inspiration: inspired by the Middle Period of European history (5th to 15th century). This dramatic look reflects the stone castles and wooden dining halls of this era.

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RENOLD,+single+handed+sword+for+combat

Knight Hospitaler for Case's costume

Knight Hospitaler for Case's costume

English Knight 13th century. Armor had to be custom made to the individual. There was no buying your suit of armor off the rack at Ye Olde Walmart. They were not cheap ventures. The cost of a full suit of armor in the 15th century might cost about £9, which roughly translates to an Armani suit today but with considerably more padding and protection (the average day laborer might make 1 1/2 pence a day at that time).

English Knight 13th century. Armor had to be custom made to the individual. There was no buying your suit of armor off the rack at Ye Olde Walmart. They were not cheap ventures. The cost of a full suit of armor in the 15th century might cost about £9, which roughly translates to an Armani suit today but with considerably more padding and protection (the average day laborer might make 1 1/2 pence a day at that time).

Knight Hospitaller.  The habit or costume of the Hospitallers was a genuine uniform, but was more suited to the life of a monk. The standard black cappae were relatively tight fitting monastic robes which brothers-in-arms had to wear over their armour. It was clearly not suited to the violent movement of close combat, yet it was not until 1248 that Pope Innocent IV allowed the brothers-in-arms to 'wear wide surcoats, bearing upon the breast the sign of the Cross'.

Knight Hospitaller. The habit or costume of the Hospitallers was a genuine uniform, but was more suited to the life of a monk. The standard black cappae were relatively tight fitting monastic robes which brothers-in-arms had to wear over their armour. It was clearly not suited to the violent movement of close combat, yet it was not until 1248 that Pope Innocent IV allowed the brothers-in-arms to 'wear wide surcoats, bearing upon the breast the sign of the Cross'.

The Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem is an order of chivalry originally founded at a leper hospital after 1098 by the crusaders of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. It was established to treat leprosy, its knights originally being lepers themselves. It is possible that king Baldwin IV of Jerusalem was a knight of this order or was, at least, assisted by it.The symbol of the Order is a green eight-pointed Maltese Cross.

The Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem is an order of chivalry originally founded at a leper hospital after 1098 by the crusaders of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. It was established to treat leprosy, its knights originally being lepers themselves. It is possible that king Baldwin IV of Jerusalem was a knight of this order or was, at least, assisted by it.The symbol of the Order is a green eight-pointed Maltese Cross.

Medieval Knight On Grey Background. Royalty Free Stock Photo, Pictures, Images And Stock Photography. Image 12221674.

Medieval Knight On Grey Background. Royalty Free Stock Photo, Pictures, Images And Stock Photography. Image 12221674.