Miroslav Krédl

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European (German) riveted mail Bishops mantle, 16th century, steel, iron, and brass, weight: 9 lb. 1 oz. Because of its similarity to the outer garment worn by certain Catholic clergy, this design has been nicknamed a "bishop's mantle.", St Louis Art Museum. D9.

European (German) riveted mail Bishops mantle, 16th century, steel, iron, and brass, weight: 9 lb. 1 oz. Because of its similarity to the outer garment worn by certain Catholic clergy, this design has been nicknamed a "bishop's mantle.", St Louis Art Museum. D9.

Archer's mail glove found at Blanco Canyon, dated to the Spanish El Dorado expedition, 16th century.

Archer's mail glove found at Blanco Canyon, dated to the Spanish El Dorado expedition, 16th century.

European riveted mail hauberk, 16th/17th century, thigh-length armoured shirt with long sleeves, neck cutout and two short slits in the crotch. The heavy mail is made of rows of riveted (forged together in places on the sleeves) rings of round cross-section. Length ca. 85 cm. A18.

European riveted mail hauberk, 16th/17th century, thigh-length armoured shirt with long sleeves, neck cutout and two short slits in the crotch. The heavy mail is made of rows of riveted (forged together in places on the sleeves) rings of round cross-section. Length ca. 85 cm. A18.

Brayette and Buttock Defense

Brayette and Buttock Defense

Armpit Defense | German | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Armpit Defense | German | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

European (German?) riveted mail hauberk, 15th c, a lead arsenal mark indicates that it was once stored at the St.Irene Arsenal in Constantinople due to being captured by the Ottomans in battle, links have an outside dia. of 5-5.5 mm, a wire dia. of 0.8 mm, and a weight of 0.047g. The whole hauburk is 6.6kg (140.000 links), the usual number of rings of a basic mail shirt, which is made of 20.000-25.000 links, or a hauberk of high quality, which is made of 30.000-50.000 links. H9.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Research on a fine medieval German mail shirt.