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Getting Dressed in the 14th Century - Ploughman

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A 14th century English ploughman dresses ready for work. Based on illustrations in the Luttrell Psalter. http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ms_42130_f170r Thanks to support from https://www.loveniplaw.co.uk/ Director/Cinematographer: Nick Loven https://www.instagram.com/crowseyeproductions/ https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/83a22H Producer/Costumier: Pauline Loven https://www.instagram.com/periodwardrobe/ Ploughman: Alec Jordan Also featuring: Neil Parker, Patrick Kay, Jack Green Costume assistant: Keziah O’Connor Production photographer: Adam Fox Locations: The Saxonhouse http://www.saxonhouse.co.uk/ Cotswold Farm Park Greyfriars Lincoln Music: Richard Still Dante Ferrara http://www.danteferrara.co.uk/ Luttrell Psalter choir, recorded by Bryan Rudd Thanks to Steve and Judith Jones, Mr and Mrs Maris, British Library,
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Ross Sandeman (1 day ago)
I wonder what history and culture would be like if the black plague didn’t happen, also I wonder how many people would be alive in Europe today. The word may look very different
tposer (5 days ago)
soon, supreme will be all over that hat
Red Foot (6 days ago)
This outfit looks comfy af 😂
Glidescube (12 days ago)
what did he have under the initial shorts? is that the first piece or is there a smaller cloth wrap?
IG 14tes Jahrhundert (5 days ago)
the breeches are the layer that is closest to the skin.
Randy Me (13 days ago)
Her voice is familiar on the christian radio
Lina Martínez (14 days ago)
as a fashion designer and an art history aficionado I love this all of this videos!!!
TWOHEADEDOGRE (18 days ago)
What is the round thing at 0:22
IG 14tes Jahrhundert (5 days ago)
a "shoemaker's bowl", a glass bubble filled with water to spread the light standing behind it. I don't think there is evidence for the use of these devices that early though.
Ethiopian Sunz TV (21 days ago)
Lol I had brown boots that looked like his hose
24dwrb (21 days ago)
Very interesting.
no body (22 days ago)
I would wear a long smock tied at the waste it looks very comfy.
Yoda (24 days ago)
You are now ready for plowing!
Box0rz (26 days ago)
Ploughman is called ”fuckboy” nowadays. So the title is basically ”14th century fuckboy” xdd
S Ace (29 days ago)
Love these videos.
Yue Shi (30 days ago)
Nazlı Şenay (1 month ago)
Was he sleeping with no shift
orlando kaufusi (1 month ago)
Mongol attire is easier to wear than this
Sophia LaPenta (1 month ago)
1300s kids will remember
T. S.T (1 month ago)
So glad I found this channel. Absolutely beautiful work!
mjp152 (1 month ago)
"The hoes were two separate legs"... I KNOW, RIGHT? Anyone?
arcata06 (1 month ago)
How did I end up here? Ive watched like four of these videos, where did my interest in knowing how these people dressed come from?
Andrew Noyes (1 month ago)
my favorite channel on youtube & a reassuring beacon of the positivity the internet has created. also, chaucer was my ancestor and that makes me happy.
Caramel Viking (1 month ago)
🖐 boi
c313z k (1 month ago)
<Refrains from using excessive sex jokes>
Honesty is Confidence (1 month ago)
Mike Hermes (1 month ago)
Superb quality video
pottu the gamer (1 month ago)
Rhys Nichols (1 month ago)
That actually looks practical and warm, maybe even bette than modern coats and the hood is stylish as fuck.
Snow Frostborne (2 months ago)
Getting dressed now: Picks off clothes from the floors *Sniffs* yeahs these clean enough
r indrazi (2 months ago)
Skelter Kaito (2 months ago)
Happily we live in the 21st century
Memi Neko (2 months ago)
Okay I read it as "getting depressed in the 14th century".. For a moment I was like "same"
Lawman212 (2 months ago)
Interesting, but I would have liked to see more about the boots. That's a critical piece of clothing for a ploughman, and we didn't really see them in the video.
SLMNW (2 months ago)
why do even the history videos get lewded on here??
Ramon Erni (2 months ago)
i think its very interesting to see that the further you go back in time the more simililar is english and german.
Mr Gunslinger (2 months ago)
Aaand here we are again at 3 in the morning.
LazyLife IFreak (2 months ago)
I can see the use of the longer shirt as it would better cover the lower back rather than the shorter t-shirts we use today.
Duncan (2 months ago)
If that was me, as soon as I put on all those clothes I would have to take a dump. Why does it work that way?
Devin Petersen (2 months ago)
The plowman makes me think of something rather dirty
Demonde Laplace (2 months ago)
Nobleman swerve
Curious Otter (2 months ago)
I despise nothing more than a mic that projects the slimy movement of the tongue in mouth.
Eric Ball (2 months ago)
what part of the internet have I dropped in on....
Grumpy (2 months ago)
Pretty nice, considering that he was of the lowest social class back then.
Chrissi Kirkland (2 months ago)
...am I the only one who read "Get depressed in the 14th Century"?
Alex Ander (2 months ago)
good day master witcher!
3:18 split mittens? more like splittens! ill go home
BustedIntuition (2 months ago)
3:37 *lick*
Walnut (2 months ago)
That belt is a 14th century F L E X
Yajie Liu (2 months ago)
Come to think about it, the entire costume/outfit has very little seams - either tighter up high and hidden behind tops or tied - #1 place(s) you'd lose body heat.
scarletfluerr (2 months ago)
Fascinating. Thank you.
Ae Ea (2 months ago)
Wow 😮 Impressive...
Mary Ellis (2 months ago)
It's kind of funny how this is basically a more practical version of what girls wear nowadays in Autumn. Tunic, leggings, ankle boots, infinity scarf. LOL
no body (22 days ago)
The Romans and even Christ wore long tunics ...if it was fashionable now...I would too.
JRiot (2 months ago)
Noblemen swerve
13Gladius 2 (2 months ago)
I had never imagined I could so enjoy sitting thru a video on this subject
Sarah H (2 months ago)
Paulinho Rei (3 months ago)
low key the guy sounded like michael jackson
Camelya Goh (3 months ago)
The ending was kinda unexpected. Kinda like "but everything changed when the fire nation attacked" Love how the ploughman is the focus, i wonder how many other common folks there are?
Iahel Cathartes Aura (3 months ago)
I'm a woman but I love anything about ploughman ways. I love homesteading, so ploughmans lunch, garments etc work perfectly. Practical, minimal, smart, & rich with tradition. I'm happy to say there are men in my town who dress in similar ways to this, working in produce departments in local co-op stores, gardening & selling at farmers markets, cutting wood, working in metal shops & such. Thank you so very much for this. I've been seeking a nice video like this for so long. Adore the music too. 💛💛💛
French Fry (3 months ago)
he can plough me
Leah - Chan (3 months ago)
Gingerpale lol 3:04
Dennis Luciano (3 months ago)
Men look so good in dresses Is it just me or? ..
Logan Nicholas (16 days ago)
Dennis Luciano Yeah, it’s too bad most men won’t wear them anymore! :/
Onur BOZADA (3 months ago)
I love her voice
John Reese (3 months ago)
Oh.... So modern women's stockings are just Englishmen stockings.... And they wear headwear like nuns.... Why did the white Englishmen start sexist beliefs then?
Scott Phillips (3 months ago)
Fascinating video!
Karazu (3 months ago)
I can hear her saliva not being swallowed when she talks . Now you can't unhear it. I like the video though.
Rheia Theia Xarro (3 months ago)
That fucking hat, omg...
skirts365 (3 months ago)
1:07 you realize this was caused by sitting on horses, and needing something specifically adapted to riding horses? It was never "because male chromosomes determine it," meantime women outside of those living near the Arctic Circle and laborers in China, and a few others, were totally banned from wearing pants. Nothing was able to change that! Not the dress reformers from 1851 to 1889, not the bicycle craze of the 1890s, World War One finally started changing it due to factory work, but World War Two really put an end to the "women can't wear pants" stance held by society. Sure as hell it had zero to do with Catherine Hepburn and Marlene Dietrich, nor with golfing, backpacking and outdoors activities on the part of a few 1920-1941. 4:07 what men wore earlier without the divided leg garments below. Get over this shit that skirts are female, no they are NOT, they are just "human," like trousers.
Arseniy Suslov (3 months ago)
I usually get dressed like this before I plough my wife
Jay Williams (4 months ago)
The 14th century fuckboy starter pack
Lazy Gardens (4 months ago)
And I thought split mittens were a modern invention for ski wear!
92Iowa Country (4 months ago)
The plowman reminds me of Boxer the horse from Animal Farm.
Weeble Flufflycakes (4 months ago)
Guys wore dresses too, everybody wore dresses.
Raine Nelson (4 months ago)
Ok,i am addicted to these "Getting dressed" videos! So informative,and her voice is so soothing!😍😍😍
Aishwarya Pradhan (4 months ago)
I love your "getting dressed" videos. They are very informative, interesting, and well made!
Mitsukai (4 months ago)
We need more getting dressed videos for men's outfits
peachjedi (4 months ago)
aw watching the poor guy vanish bummed me out more than i thought it would
Ng Yee Tat (4 months ago)
The Actor has too much flesh on him. And he is also too tall. And his skin is too smooth and clean
SomeoneCommenting (4 months ago)
That belt is not "holding anything in place". His clothing will not fall off.
redhead (28 days ago)
but it will move and over time that can be pretty annoying during work. the belt also serves as an important storage possibility since they did not have pockets.
Man of Tennessee (4 months ago)
Great history, God bless our families
OldenCrow (4 months ago)
The plauge and other diseases like small pox meant built in immunity for those European descendants who survived. This is why the native Americans died out when Europeans arrived. The natives had not gone through the massive diseases which had arrived by ships to Europe from Asia and Africa during the world naval trade resulting after the crusades started. So the natives were did not have built in immunity in their bodies. The crusades gave Islam nations in Northern Africa and the Middle East the idea that Europe was accessible and therefore trade developed. Also arriving besides the plague from Islam to Europe in the 1300s were every day items like the 52 card deck of playing cards, and more importantly much advanced Islamic scientific and astronomy knowledge which ushered out the European Middle Ages and brought in the Renaissance. But also diseases and plague. Two or three centuries later Europeans arrived carrying the plague viruses to the new world by accident wreaking the disease holocaust which Europe had already experienced in the 1300's.
Tiziano Vecellio (4 months ago)
Feels trip
MisterKorihor (4 months ago)
And still he dresses better than the average modern American.
BoredRabbit (4 months ago)
Things were so bad, they hadn't even invented pants yet.
redhead (28 days ago)
actually they had. in early medieval ages they were wearing pants very similar to todays. only through fashion changes they became obsolete again.
The FPV Life (4 months ago)
So peaceful with No tweet from an orange crooked king.
lostinthelookingglas (4 months ago)
Why don’t we have split mittens anymore? It seems like a good middle ground between mittens and gloves
Abdullah Al Mamun (4 months ago)
Henry... is that you?
Ken Tallman (3 months ago)
Abdullah Al Mamun Henry of Skalitz
smilncynic (4 months ago)
"Businessman they drink my wine;, ploughman dig my earth ..." -Bob Dylan
Sikka Bleeat (4 months ago)
Leather belt? UHHHH
rob yohn (4 months ago)
society for creative anachronism is a medieval group that meets and sets up jousting ceremonies, sword fighting, cooking, music, dances. i find that interesting. www.sca.org
rob yohn (4 months ago)
simplicity was/is the better way to dress. even today.
rob yohn (4 months ago)
i love the medieval styles!
pcking2008 (4 months ago)
Love the narrators voice. I could fall asleep to that.
Kurt Homan (4 months ago)
My German ancestors were peasant farmers in northwest Germany, ans I imagine their life was similar to those in England at that time. Interesting video.
John Robinson (4 months ago)
Very good. But, 'it is noticeable' should have been, 'it is notable'.
Denzel Sugayan (4 months ago)
he can plough me
Well Then (4 months ago)
How in the hee’ell did I end up here?
bLoCkEd aNd RePoRtEd (4 months ago)
4:07 he didn’t feel so good
Cole (4 months ago)
omg i can hear her mouth noises
D J (4 months ago)
I prefer Greek couture, but I respect the adorable Medieval Plowman as well, so cute!
D J (4 months ago)
Cute, lol
Julio Sanchez (4 months ago)
Quit breathing into the Mic!

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