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Deutsch: Im Mittelalter und bis ins 18. Jahrhundert verwendete man, um feine Lederschuhe nicht völlig im starken, aus Abfällen, Tierkot und anderem Dreck bestehenden Straßenschmutz zu verdrecken, Unterschuhe aus Holz oder auch Metall. Hier zwei dieser auch als Trippen oder Patten bezeichneten Schuhe, die im Deutschen Schuhmuseum fotografiert wurden. Links ein Fundstück aus der Burg Uda, Oedt, 14./15. Jahrhundert, Bandage Original, Holzteil Rekonstruktion; rechts eine eiserne Trippe, Niederlande, 18. Jahrhundert.
English: In the Middle Ages and until the 18th Century, fine leather shoes were used. They are not quite strong in waste, animal excrement and other filth. These conditions were better fit for wooden and metal shoes, instead. Here are two such as stripping or designated Patten shoes, the shoe museum in the German were photographed. Left, a find from the castle Uda, EMCDDA 14-15. Century, bandage original wooden partial reconstruction; right iron Trippe, Netherlands 18th Century
Date 2007(2007)
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Author Claus Ableiter


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