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Armour, Place of creation: Germany Date: First third of the 16th century School: Augsburg (?) Material: steel and leather Technique: forged and chased.

Armour, Place of creation: Germany Date: First third of the 16th century School: Augsburg (?) Material: steel and leather Technique: forged and chased.

Armour- a knights amour was a very important part of combat. It is what helped soldiers withstand a certain intensity of blows. Usually these suits are made from heavy metal and are respected by those inside of them.

Armour- a knights amour was a very important part of combat. It is what helped soldiers withstand a certain intensity of blows. Usually these suits are made from heavy metal and are respected by those inside of them.

16th century french armor knight shield - Google Search

16th century french armor knight shield - Google Search

Armour, Place of creation: Germany Date: Circa 1590 School: Augsburg Material: steel and copper Technique: forged and chased.

Armour, Place of creation: Germany Date: Circa 1590 School: Augsburg Material: steel and copper Technique: forged and chased.

Half-Armour, Place of creation: Germany Date: Between 1550 and 1580 School: Nuremberg Material: steel and leather Technique: chased

Half-Armour, Place of creation: Germany Date: Between 1550 and 1580 School: Nuremberg Material: steel and leather Technique: chased

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, c. 1513–1579, Armor of Emperor Charles V, Haupsburg, c. 1525, etched and gilt steel, leather, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid:

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, c. 1513–1579, Armor of Emperor Charles V, Haupsburg, c. 1525, etched and gilt steel, leather, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid:

Risultato della ricerca immagini di Google per http://www.artic.edu/sites/default/files/styles/slideshow_scale/public/cal_Italian_arms-armor_360.png

Risultato della ricerca immagini di Google per http://www.artic.edu/sites/default/files/styles/slideshow_scale/public/cal_Italian_arms-armor_360.png

Composite ceremonial armor a la Romana, Italy, late 1500s or early 1600s with decoration from 1800s - Higgins Armory Museum

Composite ceremonial armor a la Romana, Italy, late 1500s or early 1600s with decoration from 1800s - Higgins Armory Museum

An exceptional North Italian etched blued and gilt full armour for the field, signed POMPE and attributed to the workshop of Pompeo della Cesa, circa 1585-1595.

An exceptional North Italian etched blued and gilt full armour for the field, signed POMPE and attributed to the workshop of Pompeo della Cesa, circa 1585-1595.

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