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Gauntlet Fragments, Germany 1330-1340 (?) ref_arm_4838_000

Gauntlet Fragments, Germany 1330-1340 (?) ref_arm_4838_000

Sir Nicholas is wearing a tight-fitting surcoat over his coat of plates (not being a massive breastplate yet, which would become typical of the late 1360s, early '70s). His arms are almost totally enclosed in plate armour. ca. 1345 - 'knight, maybe Sir Nicholas de la Beche (+1345)' St. Mary's Church, Aldworth, Berkshire, England

Sir Nicholas is wearing a tight-fitting surcoat over his coat of plates (not being a massive breastplate yet, which would become typical of the late 1360s, early '70s). His arms are almost totally enclosed in plate armour. ca. 1345 - 'knight, maybe Sir Nicholas de la Beche (+1345)' St. Mary's Church, Aldworth, Berkshire, England

Vambrace, Doldrecht 1300-1370 ref_arm_5121

Vambrace, Doldrecht 1300-1370 ref_arm_5121

Leiden Vambrace

Leiden Vambrace

Pleated wool fragment from Gamla Lödöse, Västergötland, Sweden. Dated 1250 - 1349 CE, at the Statens historiska museum, via the Kringla database. by marjorie

Pleated wool fragment from Gamla Lödöse, Västergötland, Sweden. Dated 1250 - 1349 CE, at the Statens historiska museum, via the Kringla database. by marjorie

A lion rampant and barry. SBB MS. Germ. 2º282 f1r, 1210-1220, Thüringen, Germany.

A lion rampant and barry. SBB MS. Germ. 2º282 f1r, 1210-1220, Thüringen, Germany.

Leather boot, 13th century, Linköping Castle and Cathedral Museum

Leather boot, 13th century, Linköping Castle and Cathedral Museum

Coin, Germany (1170-1184)

Coin, Germany (1170-1184)

European with sword and shield. Carved Column Capitals in the Cloister of Monreale Cathedral near Palermo in Sicily, 1174 to 1182 AD

European with sword and shield. Carved Column Capitals in the Cloister of Monreale Cathedral near Palermo in Sicily, 1174 to 1182 AD

Cerveliere (cap worn under mail), 14th to 15th century, German, rope, Met Museum.

Cerveliere (cap worn under mail), 14th to 15th century, German, rope, Met Museum.