1. Clothing in the Middle Ages

Clothing showed who we are from the outside in

2. Clothing

2. garments collectively; clothes; raiment; apparel.( Dictionary.com)

2. Middle Ages

the time in European history between classical antiquity and the Italian Renaissance (from about 500 a.d. to about 1350): sometimes restricted to the later part of this period (after 1100) and sometimes extended to 1450 or 1500.( Dictionary.com)

3. Main People.

Everybody: Such as the kings and queens, the princes and princesses, the knights, lords ,church officials and nobles, and finally the peasants and their families.

Kings and Queens- They sat at the top of feudal society and ruled over large areas of land.

Church Officials and nobles- Wealth land owners and high ranking church officials held a lot of power and wealth.

Knights- Many of these warriors provided military service to nobles in return for a piece of their land.

Peasants- The people who lived and worked on the land performing back breaking tasks, in exchange for shelter and protection. The land on which the worked th ew

4. Statements

Most people in the Middle Ages wore woolen clothing, with undergarments made of linen.( learner.org )

Brighter colors, better materials, and a longer jacket length were usually signs of greater wealth.( learner.org )

5. Questions

Was there an affect in how the Romans dress when there was a time called the Gothic Period ?

Did Roman men wear a tunic ?
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7. Personal connections

The clothing in the Middle Ages reminds me of clothing today, because the ways you dress tells who your are where you rank society. Today it doesn't necessarily rank where you are society but if defies your personality. For example if you are goth you dress in dark clothing. That is how Middle Ages clothing reminds me of clothing today.

8. McKayla Grimshaw 5th