The odd man out, historically, is the plague doctor. Not because of his profesion but his dress. Modern writers have described fourteenth-century plague doctors as wearing bird-like masks but the actual design of the clothing, mask included, is credited to Charles de Lorme (1584–1678) chief physician of three French kings, Henri IV, Louis XIII and Louis XIV who invented the design in 1619.
|Doktor Schnabel von Rom ("Doctor Beak of Rome"), engraving by Paul Fürst, 1656.|
|Some of the foot bods from the set|
|Marching soldiers.....would fit well to to the Strelets Normans on the march sets.|
|Two who will stay forever on the wayside.|
|Mr B Eaky, the plague doctor and "customer"|