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Footwear of the Middle Ages

Footwear of the Middle Ages | This is an ongoing exploration of the history of shoemaking, specifically as it pertains to the European Middle Ages. It includes pages on the history ot the development of footwear, a Glossary of Historical Shoemaking; Turned Shoes; Pattens, Clogs and Wooden Soled shoes; Long Toed Shoes; Rights/Lefts and Straights; Raised Heels; Counters and Edgebindings; Decoration; Uppers and Soles; Outer Soles; Hobnails; Medieval Shoemaker's Tools; St. Hugh's Bones (Post Medieval Shoemaker's Tools); Lasts; Thread; A History of Bristle Use; Code and Wax; Stitches and Seams; Types of Leather; Fastenings; Stretching; Designs from the archaeology from antiquity to the 16th century; as well as research on Shoes in Greenland: A comparison to shoes and shoemaking on the Continent; English shoe related charters; Shoemaker Pictures; Some Post Medieval Shoemaking Literature; Shoemaking and Saints; bibliography of Articles discussing Shoe Concealments; Shoe Superstitions; as well as General Instructions for Making Medieval Style Shoes for Re-enactors and Others.
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