Mandilion
Mandilion \Man*dil"ion\, n. See {Mandil}. --Chapman. [1913 Webster]

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  • Mandilion — Robert Sidney, 1st Earl of Leicester wearing a mandilion colly westonward A mandilion or mandelion is a loose men s hip length pullover coat or jacket, open down the sides, worn in England in the later sixteenth century. It was fashionable to… …   Wikipedia

  • mandilion — manˈdilyən noun ( s) Etymology: Middle French mandillon, diminutive of mandil cloak, from Old Spanish, towel, rag, horseblanket, apron, probably from Late Greek mandēlion, mandilion, mantēlion, mantilion towel, napkin, from Latin mantelium,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mandilion — Mandylion Le roi Abgar reçoit le Mandylion, représentation de Jésus. Le Mandylion ou Image d’Édesse est, selon une tradition chrétienne, une relique consistant en une pièce de tissu rectangulaire sur laquelle l’image du Christ (ou Sainte face) a… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • mandilion — /man dil yeuhn/, n. 1. a short cloak, with full hanging sleeves, often open or slit under the arms, worn by soldiers in the 16th and 17th centuries. 2. a similar garment without sleeves, worn by servants in the 16th and 17th centuries. [1570 80;… …   Universalium

  • mandilion — noun mandil …   Wiktionary

  • mandilion — man·dil·ion …   English syllables

  • Мендилайен —    mandilion (англ.) – короткий плащ в форме полукруга на плотной подкладке и с небольшим отложным воротником. XVI век.    (Слезина Т.В., Халюзова С. Словарь терминов исторических названий воротников и аксессуаров ) …   Энциклопедия моды и одежды

  • Cassock — Not to be confused with Cossack. The cassock, an item of clerical clothing, is an ankle length robe worn by clerics of the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Anglican Church, Lutheran Church and some ministers and ordained officers… …   Wikipedia

  • 1550-1600 in fashion — Fashion in the period 1550 1600 in Western European clothing is characterized by increased opulence, the rise of the ruff, the expansion of the farthingale for women, and, for men, the disappearance of the codpiece.General trendsThe Spanish… …   Wikipedia

  • Chaperon (headgear) — Portrait presumed to be of Giovanni Arnolfini by Jan van Eyck, late 1430s. The chaperon is worn with cornette tied on top of the head, and the patte hanging behind (style C). The bourrelet is twisted.[1] Chaperon (pronounced …   Wikipedia

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