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I do not know what the people are doing in this picture; it might be that the kneeling man is selling herbs to the man standing holding out coins.
The costume of the Normans of both sexes was chiefly Oriental, borrowed from the Crusades of this period (Figs. 783, 791). The most remarkable exception was the sigular knotted sleeve of the ladies, as shown in Fig. 791.