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Kettenhemd mit lederdurchwirktem Halskragen, deutsch um 1500

Kettenhemd mit lederdurchwirktem Halskragen, deutsch um 1500

<p>Kettenhemd, deutsch um 1500 - Objekt Nr. 7001 - Jürgen H. Fricker Historische Waffen </p>

<p>Kettenhemd, deutsch um 1500 - Objekt Nr. 7001 - Jürgen H. Fricker Historische Waffen </p>

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The unique atmosphere of the world-famous Styrian armoury offers its visitors an insight into an original armoury from the century. The Styrian armoury in

Brigandine (fragment), Western Europe, mid 16th century. A brigandine was a relatively lightweight garment resembling a vest, it contained small iron plates riveted to fabric, with an outer fabric covering (frequently velvet). Sometimes a pair of reinforcing plates would be added. Frazier International History Museum.

Brigandine (fragment), Western Europe, mid 16th century. A brigandine was a relatively lightweight garment resembling a vest, it contained small iron plates riveted to fabric, with an outer fabric covering (frequently velvet). Sometimes a pair of reinforcing plates would be added. Frazier International History Museum.

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Kote with karakuri-namban kusari (riveted Japanese mail), detail view, from the Stibbert Museum, Florence Italy.

European riveted mail Bishops mantle, detail view of the neck line showing the dense neck mail meeting the larger links of the body, 16th century, Styrian Armoury,  Graz, Austria. Y19.

European riveted mail Bishops mantle, detail view of the neck line showing the…

European riveted mail sleeves, detail view, 15th - 16th c, alternating solid and riveted "brass" (latten) rings with a tin wash over the sleeve, the body and sleeve with exposed latten ends, mimicking where latten edging would have been applied, possibly to mark for stitching or lacing to a cloth garment, Wallace Collection.  (Wallace A10).

European riveted mail sleeves, detail view, - c, alternating solid and…

Iron gauntlet from a mass grave, battle of Visby, fought in July 1361 on the Swedish Baltic island of Gotland, between invading Danish troops and the local, Gutnish, forces. The Danish won a decisive victory. Due to the heat, the dead had to be disposed of quickly, and many were buried in their armour. The archaeological excavation of one of the mass graves, in the 1930s, revealed over 1000 skeletons.

Iron gauntlet from a mass grave, battle of Visby, fought in July 1361 on the Swedish Baltic island of Gotland

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Item held at Medieval Swords and Weapons in the Topkapi Museum, Istanbul.

ca. 1360 - 'Beckenhaube mit Brünne (bascinet with aventail)', German, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany

1360 - 'Beckenhaube mit Brünne (bascinet with aventail)', German, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany. I love the Vervelles!

European (Germany) riveted mail Bishops mantle, detail view of the transition, first quarter of the 16th c, small riveted rings, the rings at the upper part of the shirt and the collar are thicker and closer; the front opening provided with two engraved buckles and a hook. Open along the sides. Bishop's mantle was very popular among German mercenaries in the first part of the 16th c. Often it was the only defense for these troops. height 58 cm.

European (Germany) riveted mail Bishops mantle, detail view of the transition, first quarter of the 16th c, small riveted rings, the rings at the upper part of the shirt and the collar are thicker and closer; the front opening provided with two engraved buckles and a hook. Open along the sides. Bishop's mantle was very popular among German mercenaries in the first part of the 16th c. Often it was the only defense for these troops. height 58 cm.

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