Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Cod-piece

Fabric covering for the groin, latterly padded. Its counter­part in armour could be either of mail or, more usually, of plate.

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Buckler
Small and round hand- shield (9 – 18 inches in diameter) with a single handle or two enarmes. Has long spikes or hooks on its front,…
Brigandine
Form of coat-of-plates with hundreds of small plates, partially covering each other. Mobile yet protective.
Coat-of-Plates
Form of a flexible plate- armor made of steel, bone, or hardened leather plates which are riveted or stitched inside leather or…
Langet
Metal strips attached to the the shaft of a polearm to reinforce the torque of its head, and to protect the joint connecting the head and…
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