Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Tabard

Similar to a surcoat. Made from front and back parts laced together. Could be tightened or left loose.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Coat-armor
Top-covering piece of clothing. Popular in tournaments where it presented the beholder’s coat of arms.
Pair of curates
See Cuirass.
Anelace
A heavy, broad-bladed, sharp-pointed, double-edged knife.
Fletching
Feathers fastened onto the back of an arrow to help it fly straight.
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