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Under Tunics are difficult to visualize in their own way, but from late medieval sources it is proven that a shirt was worn under the outerwear. The same applies to the early Middle Ages, as shirts of linen can be used as burial and underwear (for example, in the tomb of Balladoole, Isle of Man). It was thought that the underwear was still visible when all the clothes were put on. The fine fabric makes wearing a woolen tunic more pleasant, and in the summer is a welcome alternative to the wool.