- Top-covering piece of clothing. Popular in tournaments where it presented the beholder’s coat of arms.
- A sword with a curved, single-edged blade (probably originally derived from Eastern scimitars).
- A polearm common to German-speaking areas, particularly used by the Swiss and Habsburgs: the wooden shaft is relatively short, and the weapon is…
- Epaule de mouton
- Steel defense for the complete arm; developed during the 15th and 16th centuries; used exclusively in jousts.