Reticulated caul - hairstyle worn between 1100-1540. The "Reticulated Caul" has the same name as the "Templars" and "Cross Tree" as it denotes the way the hair is encased by metalwork or fretwork ('net' or 'Webben'). It is a Spanish Headdress, but is Byzantian in origin and adopted by the Italians and Spanish. -More info in article
C14th 'Goffered' or 'Nebulé Headdress which has been reproduced from an original Coloured Medieval Roof Bosse in Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire, England. Restoration was based on the original colours including Gilding, found to be contempory to the C14th.
Hope Greenberg: 15th cent. Dresses: A portfolio of Images
Catherine of Aragon, first wife of Henry VIII The old rhyme goes, "Divorced, beheaded, died. Divorced, beheaded, survived," to remember the fates of his six wives.