Medieval hood Gugel
This type of hood with a liripipe (trailing point) is also known as a gugel and was worn mostly by men in the Middle Ages. It covered the shoulders and was made of various types of material. The earliest hood of this kind was found in Haithabu, a Viking Age settlement in North Germany. Though it began as a practical article of clothing, it became fashionable during the 14th century.
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