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  • A tabard is a short coat, either sleeveless, or with short sleeves or shoulder pieces, which was a common ( Wikisource:The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue) In the late Middle Ages tabards, now open at the sides and so usually belted, were worn by knights over their armour,. — “Tabard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The Royal Arms of England features on the tabard, the distinctive traditional garment of English officers of Since 1484, they have been part of the Royal Household of England.[2] Tabards featuring the Royal Arms of England continue to be worn at several traditional English and. — “User:Jza84/Sandbox2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Hair: Dark Brown, below shoulders 1/2 key. Gender: Male. Significant markings: intricatly woven brith marks on left forearm and back black linen tabards underneith tan tabards reaching just below. — “User:Rod-Wan Déattrod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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