Flexible Armours

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Hauberk Half Armour, or Bakhterets Moscow Armoury workshops (?) Late 16th- early 17th centuries

Hauberk Half Armour, or Bakhterets Moscow Armoury workshops (?) Late 16th- early 17th centuries

Iran, 16th-17th century.  Steel with silver inlay. Persian zirh gomlak (zirah baktar-bagtar) a mail and plate shirt, someone mistakenly put a pair of dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor) on the shoulders.

Iran, 16th-17th century. Steel with silver inlay. Persian zirh gomlak (zirah baktar-bagtar) a mail and plate shirt, someone mistakenly put a pair of dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor) on the shoulders.

Indian (Mughal or Deccani) mail and plate shirt, 17th c  mail shirts reinforced with steel or iron plates appear to have been developed first in Iran or Anatolia in the late 14th or early 15th c. Variations of mail-and-plate armor were worn throughout the Middle East by the Persians, Ottomans, and Mamluks. The style probably was introduced into India early in the Mughal period due to Ottoman influence on Mughal military practices.

Indian (Mughal or Deccani) mail and plate shirt, 17th c mail shirts reinforced with steel or iron plates appear to have been developed first in Iran or Anatolia in the late 14th or early 15th c. Variations of mail-and-plate armor were worn throughout the Middle East by the Persians, Ottomans, and Mamluks. The style probably was introduced into India early in the Mughal period due to Ottoman influence on Mughal military practices.

Freiburg b

Freiburg b

Pancerny

Pancerny

Zdzisław Walczak: "TOWARZYSZ PANCERNY"

Zdzisław Walczak: "TOWARZYSZ PANCERNY"

Płatnerstwo w Świątnikach

Płatnerstwo w Świątnikach

Russian armor and axe, 17th century

Russian armor and axe, 17th century

Bechter (Polish) from the Greater Military Museum Branch of the National Museum in Poznan, Poland.

Bechter (Polish) from the Greater Military Museum Branch of the National Museum in Poznan, Poland.

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