A history of costume / edited and augmented by Emma von Sichart ; translated by Alexander K. Dallas.
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- ISBN: 0486210308
- Physical Description: 464 pages : illustrations, photographs ; 22 cm
- Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, 
"An unabridged republication of the English translation first published ... in 1928."
Translation of Praktische Kostümkunde.
"With over 600 illustrations and patterns."
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Bibliography : pages 457-458.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Peoples of antiquity: Egyptian, Ethiopian, Syrian and Phoenician, Hebrew, Assyrian and Babylonian, Mede and Persian, Scythian, Parthian, Sarmatian, Dacian and Illyrian, Cretan, Peoples of Asia Minor, Greek, Etruscan, Roman -- The dress of the Byzantine emperors -- The Teutonic prehistoric period: Teutonic bronze age (third to first centuries B.C.) -- Early Teutonic costume (third and fourth centuries A.D.) -- The Middle Ages: Eleventh to thirteenth centuries (Germany, France, England) -- German royal costume (France) -- Men's dress in the thirteenth century -- Norse relics discovered at Herjolfsnes, Greenland -- Fourteenth and fifteenth centuries (France, England, Germany, Italy, Spain) -- Sixteenth century (Spain, France, Germany, Italy) -- Seventeenth century (Spain, France, Netherlands, Germany) -- Eighteenth century (France) -- The period 1790-1820: Men's dress ; Women's dress -- The period 1820-70: Men's dress, dress coat, trousers, waistcoat, cravat and necktie, cloak or mantle, headgear -- Women's dress: Neckwear and sleeves, cloak, hats and caps, styles of hairdressing, footwear.
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