See how fashion of the Kings court here in Edinburgh Castle changed through the medieval period for both men and women.
About Medieval Fashion
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Meet Lord and Lady Brechin, Earl and Countess of Angus as they guide you through how fashion of the Kings court here in Edinburgh Castle changed through the medieval period for both men and women.
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