Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Tabard

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

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Armour
Usually metal pieces made specially for their purpose - to protect their wearer's body against thrust, stabs and any other kind of attacks. Comprises…
Angon
Frankish and Anglo-Saxon throwing spear. Has a long (6 ft) thin iron neck with a barbed head. Almost indentical to the Roman…
Plackart
Part of armor. Covers the wearer's lower rib and stomach area. Attached with straps which allows better flexibility.
Tabard
Similar to a surcoat. Made from front and back parts laced together. Could be tightened or left loose.
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