plate armour

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Sir Ralph died in 1443 and his alabaster figure shows him wearing a suit of plate armour.
Rosa Mundi also showed people how to dress a man of war, with the plate armour taking 20 minutes to put on and weighing 40kg.
A handbook of articulated Roman plate armour (Lorica Segmentata Vol.
This war I speak of came after plate armour and longbows of Crey and Agincourt, before little spitting experiment atom bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Adam had been commissioned to craft a 16ft pike, 17th century breast plate armour and helmets.
Their bodkins, or bullet-shaped arrow heads, were carried on shafts three feet long and as thick as a man's thumb, and were able to punch straight through plate armour.