Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Greave

Also called schynbald or jamber. Plate defence for the leg from knee to ankle, initially pro­tecting only the front, but later the whole lower leg. Constructed of two plates hinged together and shaped to the contours of the mus­cle. Schynbald and jamber are used in connection with the earlier type.

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Breastplate
Plate armour protecttion for the front of the torso, to the waist. See also plackart.
'Spanish' morion
See cabasset and morion.
Arnis
Italian for "harness", the historical term for being "in armour".
Eccat
Sword with a deer horn hilt and no guard.
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