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The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Armor of Henry Herbert, Second Earl of Pembroke (1534–1601)

“Armour of Henry Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, made in the Greenwich Royal Armouries (on display

Gothic equestrian armor for rider & horse, South German, circa 1480. Rider's armor composed of original & modern parts; horse's bard is homogeneous with an associated saddle, circa 1510. Detail of rider's backplate, which is original & of high quality and does not correspond to the breastplate.

Extant Century German Gothic Armour [added] The design of the cantle of the saddle is quite interesting.

Armor. ca.1480. German.

Armor Date: ca. 1480 Culture: German Medium: Steel Classification: Armor for Man Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1904 Accession Number:

Armor showcase in the Segovia’s Alcazar.

Armor showcase in the Segovia’s Alcazar. Wouldn't want those Rondels or that helmet. Like the fluting.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - ARMOR, MAXIMILIAN

This helmet and the armor to which it belongs form a fine late example of a fluted armor, made shortly before the style went out of fashion. It is distinguished for its unusually large proportions and impressive height

Armour- a knights amour was a very important part of combat. It is what helped soldiers withstand a certain intensity of blows. Usually these suits are made from heavy metal and are respected by those inside of them.

Gothic armor Armour- a knights amour was a very important part of combat. It is what helped soldiers withstand a certain intensity of blows. Usually these suits are made from heavy metal and are respected by those inside of them.

Pemberley Dreams

Pemberley Dreams

Full Armour

Knight photo: Knight in full dress. This photo was uploaded by

Armour that is said to belong to one of young sons of Zygmunt III Waza - most likely to Wladysław IV future king of Poland. Incrusted with gold and silver.

Armour that is said to belong to one of young sons of Zygmunt III Waza - most likely to Wladysław IV future king of Poland.

Early modern period European three-quarter armour without a helmet.

German, Augsburg    Three-Quarter Armor, c. 1580    Steel  - Art Institute of Chicago

German, Augsburg Three-Quarter Armor, c. 1580 Steel - Art Institute of Chicago knight armored

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