14th century brigandine

Brigandines of the second half of the 14th century in the Netherlands, the UK, Belgium, Germany and France.
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Brigandine of Charles VI

Brigantine, initially emerged in XIII-XIV centuries as an element of military equipment accessible only to the feudal lords, the beginning of the XV century became widespread, becoming a typical infantry armor.

Brigandines Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 33v, 1370, Frankrijk

Brigandines Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 33v, 1370, Frankrijk

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 372v, 1370, France

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 372v, 1370, France

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 274v, 1370, France

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 274v, 1370, France

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 273r, 1370, France

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 273r, 1370, France

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 119v, 1370, Frankrijk

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 119v, 1370, Frankrijk

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 7r, 1370, Frankrijk

Brigandines - Bib. Ste. Genevieve MS.777 Decades, folio 7r, 1370, Frankrijk

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