In the Middle Ages, a tunic was a common part of men's clothing. It was actually a loose shirt above or below the knees. Rich men wore tunics adorned lavishly, while poor men wore rather simple ones. A belt was often worn over the tunic. In Romanesque times, loose blouses and trousers were typical clothes commonly worn by men. In the Gothic period, a silk shirt was more popular.

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