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A Polish noble man in the dress from the 17th century.    “The clothing of the nobility is considered to be Polish national costume, although it was modeled on Tatars and Turks’ outfits”

A Polish noble man in the dress from the century. “The clothing of the nobility is considered to be Polish national costume, although it was modeled on Tatars and Turks’ outfits”

~J Polish proud...17th century Polish saber

Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt, early century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. This is one of a series of twelve jeweled sabers made in Hungarian style for use at the Saxon court in Dresden.

lamus dworski

Costumes of szlachta (Polish nobility) from c. centuries, reenacted in Gniew, Poland.

On The first day of the Battle of Bannockburn, the King of Scots cleaves in two, the Great Helm (helmet) of a chivalrous English knight, with his mighty axe, in full view of his triumphant Scottish army! Scotland, June 23th, 1314 A.D.

On The first day of the Battle of Bannockburn, the King of Scots cleaves in two, the Great Helm (helmet) of a chivalrous English knight, with his mighty axe, in full view of his triumphant Scottish army! Scotland, June 23th, 1314 A.D.