Map

0.1 Geographical location of sites 8–9

Plates in Introduction*

0.1 Bocksten ensemble 10

0.2 St John Hope’s illustration of Hubert Walter’s shoes, buskin and apparel 17

Figures

2.1 Schematic representation of the Syon Cope (Plate 2.8) 106

2.2 Schematic representation of the Hildesheim Cope (Plate 2.9) 113

2.3 Schematic representation of the Butler-Bowdon Cope (Plate 2.10) 116

4.1 Details of buttons 167

4.2 Zagreb amice, detail 194

11.1 Back stitch 431

11.2 Blanket stitch 431

11.3 Chain stitch 431

11.4 Couched work 431

11.5 Counted thread work 431

11.6 Cross stitch 431

11.7 Feather stitch 432

11.8 Flat-felled seam 432

11.9 French knot 432

11.10 Gobelin stitch or half cross stitch 432

11.11 Herringbone stitch 432

11.12 Laid work 433

11.13, 11.14 Long and short stitch 433

11.15 Overcast stitch 433

11.16 Overstitch, overedge stitch 433

11.17 Plait stitch 433

11.18 Raised [stitch] 433

11.19 Raised [stitch] 434

11.20 Running stitch 434

11.21 Satin stitch 434

11.22, 11.23 Soumak 434

11.24 Split stitch 434

11.25 Stab stitch 434

11.26 Stem stitch 434

11.27 Surface couching 435

11.28 Tabby 435

11.29 Tablet weave 435

11.30 Tunnel stitch 435

11.31, 11.32 Twill 435

11.33, 11.34, 11.35 Underside couching 436

11.36 Whip stitch 436

Tables

0.1 Chronological chart 2–3

0.2 Analysis of geographical locations by present and past locations 6–7

Further plates face the chapter openings and are listed in the table of contents.

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