By J. Starkie Gardner
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By we have the of shoulder and elbow addition attached 1440 plates great by nuts and screws, and concealing the articulated shoulder -pieces or epaulettes. much a These extra being often very which received the blows, and thus conferring plates usually larger on the left side, difl^er in size, quite peculiar character on the plate-armour of the middle of the ARMOUR IN ENGLAND A century. is 51 scarcely less important modification, introduced about 1445, the articulation of the breastplate in and sliding over the upper, and made The Daundelyon of this two pieces, the lower flexible by overlapping straps.
And turned outwards round the eye-piece, practical detail, The which metal is is thus down thickened efficiently guarded, and the bottom edge is rolled inwards over a thick wire, so as These and other details given by Baron not to cut the surcoat. de Cosson in the Catalogue of Armour exhibited at the Royal Archaeo1880, show conclusively that this specimen at least a real war helm, fitted to resist and to strike fire under the shock of a logical Institute in is lance that might unhorse worn over the its wearer.
Under lowering skies, relieved by the fluttering pennons and banners and emblazoned shields, formed a picture that the old Crusading Chroniclers loved to dwell on, gray burnished steel, glittering in the sun or gatherings of the chivalry of In the days of the last of the Paladins, of Godfrey de Bouillon Europe. and Richard Cceur de Lion, the dress of burnished mail was the knight's filling the imagination with those great and no garment concealed it. But as progress and love of change are universal, and the mail itself could not well be embellished, an embroidered surcoat was worn over it in the more degenerate days of especial pride, John and his son Henry, concealing all but the limbs and head.