Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Ailette

A flat plate of leather or parchment (square, round or diamond-shaped) which tied to the point of the shoulder. Worn be­tween 1250-1350 to display the owner's coat-of-arms.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Gorget
Also called a collar. Close-fitting plate protecting the neck, throat, and upper chest.
Helmet
Armor protecting the head. Comes in many forms.
Quarterstaff
Long (6-10 ft), massive pole for personal defense yet very dangerous in skilled hands.
Scabbard
Sheath for a sword or dagger. Usually made of thin wood, lined with felt or sheepskin, and covered in leather.
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