Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Turkic belts of the 6th - 8th cc. ~ statues with belts without metal plates and with bending knee daggers ~ archer with decorated quiver belt

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Turkic belts of the 6th - 8th cc. ~ statues with belts without metal plates and with bending knee daggers ~ archer with decorated quiver belt

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Costume of Turks on wall paintings, middle of 7th c.

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Costume of Turks on wall paintings, middle of 7th c.

Reception of a noble Turk in An Qie's residence.  Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc.

Reception of a noble Turk in An Qie's residence. Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc.

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ headdress of Xianbei people from Northern China ~ silk, 5th - 6th c AD, Hangzhou, China National Silk Museum

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ headdress of Xianbei people from Northern China ~ silk, 5th - 6th c AD, Hangzhou, China National Silk Museum

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Clay figurines from private collections

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Clay figurines from private collections

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Male upper body garment of green color in Kutcha oasis wall painting of the 7th c.

Early Turks: Male Costume in the Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc. ~ Male upper body garment of green color in Kutcha oasis wall painting of the 7th c.

An Qie plays dice with a noble Turk ~ EarlyTurks: Male Costume in Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc.

An Qie plays dice with a noble Turk ~ EarlyTurks: Male Costume in Chinese Art, Second half of the 6th – first half of the 8th cc.

The Middle Ages are commonly dated from the 5th century fall of the western Roman Empire until the end of the 15th century. During the history of mankind, fashion was always a subject of controversy, and Medieval Fashion followed the rule.

The Middle Ages are commonly dated from the 5th century fall of the western Roman Empire until the end of the 15th century. During the history of mankind, fashion was always a subject of controversy, and Medieval Fashion followed the rule.

Dodolas wearing long-sleeved dresses for Rusalka rites, from a 12th c. bracelet engraving. website has full article about the rite & outfit.

Dodolas wearing long-sleeved dresses for Rusalka rites, from a 12th c. bracelet engraving. website has full article about the rite & outfit.

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