Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Grand guard

A large reinforcing plate designed for the tilt, attached to the left side of the breastplate to cover the left shoulder, the upper arm and breastplate and the left side of the visor.

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Angon
Frankish and Anglo-Saxon throwing spear. Has a long (6 ft) thin iron neck with a barbed head. Almost indentical to the Roman…
Barbute
See Barbut.
Polaxe
See Pollaxe. See also Hache.
Waist lame
A horizontal lamina­tion in the breast or backplate at waist level.
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