Jewels, Hair and Accessories of the Middle Ages
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St. Gregory the Great, Moralia in Job, (c.1111-15) Citeaux

Men were put in a conundrum during the Middle Ages. If they grew their hair too long, they were put down for looking like women, but  a series of edicts given in the years 1187-1220 aimed to seperate secular clothing styles from that of the clergy, who were now required to be unmarried and celibate. […]