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Hub Lartig




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PostPosted: Sun 09 Jun, 2019 6:13 am    Post subject: evolution of armor during late 14th / early 15th         Reply with quote

hello,
I'm trying to retrace the evolution and the use of western armor from 1370 to 1430 ~, (I have looked principaliy during the Hundred Years' War).
I do not have an answer to some points :
-the use of coat of plate (too old) and brigandine (too early): what did they wear if not using "plastron"? did they use "brigandine" type? (term of bringandine is not exact for this period)
-I see on miniatures that they are all wearing visored bascinet or early great bascinet. Did they wear nasal bascinet ? ( to which period can we see use of nasal/breteche bascinet? what is the latest source where we see use of nasal bascinet ?)
-I'm focusing too on the apparition of early mitton gauntlet, I mean not gothic style.
in many armorer, some times focused on buhurt pratic, we see this type of gauntlet:


can we relat it to real historical ressource, and point it to a period ?

Did you have any ressources to help me in this quest ?
miniatures/effigies/books....

thanks.
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