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Pietro Bertelli, Diversarum nationum habitus (Padua, 1589), plate 7.  From the Yale University's Beinecke Digital Collections, courtesy Dr. Shannon McSheffrey.
Pietro Bertelli, Diversarum nationum habitus (Padua, 1589), plate 7.  From the Yale University's Beinecke Digital Collections, courtesy Dr. Shannon McSheffrey.

Above: illustrations of a Venetian prostitute.  The skirt was actually a flap in the book that lifted up, revealing that, under her skirt, the prostitute was wearing breeches. Italian prostitutes were known for their cross-dressing – in fact, it became the mark of a prostitute to wear men’s clothes.  Courtesy of Dr. Shannon McSheffrey.


Pulling down the Royal Oak: "The Royall Oake of Brittayne", from Clement Walker, Anarchia Anglicana (London, 1649).

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