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  • For hundreds of years until the end of the 12th Century, Anglo-Saxon and Anglo Norman women wore veils. The tradition was part of almost all married women. Only unmarried girls wore no veils. The veils had covered the woman's hair, their neck and the chins. Veils had served a practical purpose, protecting women's skin from wind and sun damage. Bridal veil

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