Pavisa - Escudo de asedio - Parte trasera, fijada al suelo mediante un soporte
Tudor aumbry cupboard in oak. In the Middle Ages an aumbry was a cabinet in the wall of a Christian church or in the sacristy which was used to store chalices and other vessels, as well as for the reserved sacrament.
Trollkona: All about Men's Tunics. Many pictures and great incites! Blog is in Polish use google translate
A simple dwelling in the village. Not Etyn nor the castle, but this one would be a villagers.
His humble home consisted of necessity only. He was gone must of the time anyway, so it was of no consequence.
A Belgian psalter of the mid 1200's with an illumination of a man at dinner warming his feet. This image clearly depicts a "stirrup pant" strap on his hosen. This apparantly is to keep his hose from climbing up his shin and keep them tucked down in his high topped shoes.