European riveted mail hauberk, 15th to 16th century, heavy long shirt with long sleeves, high collar with open neck, iron hook closures, heavy links on the chest, back and shoulders, sleeves and leg apron on lighter links. Alternating riveted and closed links with oval cross section, about 125 cm. Early, over knee-length mail was worn in the Crusades to protect the entire body. A very similar dated copy in the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Inv. CMA 1916.1817.