My publications

Clothes of the Common ManRural Costume in Elizabethan Essex: A study based on the evidence from wills, Costume number 33, 1999.

The Mirror of Health, Food, Diet and Medical Theory 1450 – 1660, Stuart Press, 1995.

Lust 1450 – 1660: How to provoke it, restrain it and deal with the consequences, Stuart Press, 1995.

The Book of Children and Child Rearing 1480 – 1680. Part 1 Birth to age 7, Stuart Press, 1996.
The Book of Children and Child Rearing 1480 – 1680. Part 2 Birth to 7 – 14, Stuart Press, 1996.

The Shaking of the Sheets: Death 1350 – 1660, Stuart Press, 1997

Did they wash in those days ? Personal Hygiene, cleanliness and washing in the 14th – 17th centuries, Stuart Press, 2000.

Clothes of the Common Woman 1580 – 1660, Part 2: Making the Garments, Stuart Press, 2000.
Clothes of the Common Woman 1480 – 1580, Part 2: Making the Garments, Stuart Press, 2005.

Clothes of the Common Man 1580 – 1660, Part 2: Making the Garments, Stuart Press, 2002.
Clothes of the Common Man 1480 – 1580, Part 2: Making the Garments, Stuart Press, 2005.

Children's Clothes 1580 – 1660, Stuart Press, 2006.
Children's Clothes 1480 – 1580, Stuart Press, 2007.

Headwear, Footwear & Trimmings 1480 – 1580, Stuart press 2008.

With Stuart Peachey and Robert Huggett:
Early Seventeenth Century Prices and Wages, Stuart Press 1992

With Stuart Peachey and Ruth Gilbert:
Textiles and Materials for the Common Man and Woman 1580 – 1660, Stuart Press, 2001.

As part of the Tudor Tailor team:
The Tudor Child
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Finally although I didn’t write “The King’s Servants” I did make the clothes that are used to illustrate it.

You can buy it here: http://www.tudortailor.com/index.shtml