An entire room that had been sealed off for five hundred years was discovered. How about that! How magical can it get. Excerpt from the article:

The research, led by Beatrix Nutz of Innsbruck University, examines a room that was discovered in the south wing of Castle Lengberg in 2008. Evidence shows that the room was sealed off in the late 15th-century, and its dry conditions helped preserve organic material such as twigs and straw, as well as worked wood, leather (mainly shoes) and textiles.

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Beatrix Nutz' academic page with links to several relevant resources:

http://www.uibk.ac.at/urgeschichte/mitarbeiterinnen/beatrix-nutz/be...

Bras in the 15th Century? A Preliminary Report by Beatrix Nutz:

http://nesat.org/esslingen_xi/abstracts/lecture_nutz.pdf

BBC's official page on the matter:

http://www.historyextra.com/lingerie

A lengthier article at Medievalists.net:

http://www.medievalists.net/2012/07/17/medieval-lingerie-discovery-...

Tags: 15th, garments, lingerie, under, underwear

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прошу извинить! но это мужские трусы изобразительных источников на них хватает.

Мне жаль, но я не понимаю. Не могли бы вы перефразировать так, что Google может сделать новый перевод?

I'm sorry, but I do not understand. Could you please rephrase so that Google can make a new translation?

трусы мужские.

Ах, трусы для мужчин. Я не знаю ни аналогичные выводы. Однако есть изображения мужчин, одетых в нижней рода, а также.

Ah, panties for men. I'm not aware of any similar findings. However there are images of men wearing the bottom kind as well.

вот ещё картинки

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причем они могли быть цветными

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