"A plume composed of feathers arranged in imitation of the feathers on the head of the heron, and worn…
"Examples of Greek Head-dresses (Ampyxes)."-Whitney, 1902
"Asp, as an Egyptian royal symbol.- Seti I., father of Rameses II."-Whitney, 1902
The royal crown of Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond.
The illustration of a lady from the Burgess family. This shows how women of nobility would dress during…
A covering for the head, especially one with a shaped crown and brim.
The ceremonial mitre of the Archbishop Cranley, 1407.
A royal crown.
The traditional mitre of Bishop Goodryke. Thomas Goodrich (or Goodricke) (1494 – 10 May 1554) was…
The traditional mitre of Archbishop Harnsett.
Headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
"Headdress of the Vizier" — Morey, 1903
This illustration shows an ornamental headdress worn by a horse.
An example of a modern archbishop's mitre.
A church monument of a woman in Wantage during the fourteenth century. She is wearing a dress, cape,…
"One of the many caricatures of the extravagant fashions in headdress of both sexes during the eighteenth…