La barbuta dei Musei Civici di Pavia

Presso i Musei Civici di Pavia, situati all’interno del Castello, è conservata una barbuta ritrovata nel 1936 nel sottotetto del castello. Di manifattura Lombarda, datata XIV secolo, si tratta di uno splendido esempio di elementi difensivi.
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Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio ventaglio di maglia rimosso dalla barbuta. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 21.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio ventaglio di maglia rimosso dalla barbuta. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 21.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Ventaglio di maglia rimosso dalla barbuta, particolare. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 21.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Ventaglio di maglia rimosso dalla barbuta, particolare. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 21.

Vetrinetta contenente una cubitiera, una barbuta e relativo ventaglio di maglia rimosso, Musei Civici, Pavia, Castello, inv. armi 19, 20, 21

Vetrinetta contenente una cubitiera, una barbuta e relativo ventaglio di maglia rimosso, Musei Civici, Pavia, Castello, inv. armi 19, 20, 21

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio del fermo del nasale di maglia. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio del fermo del nasale di maglia. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio del fermo del nasale di maglia. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio del fermo del nasale di maglia. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio di tre quarti. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20. Sullo sfondo, una cubitiera coeva, inv. armi 19

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio di tre quarti. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20. Sullo sfondo, una cubitiera coeva, inv. armi 19

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio dei danni sulla parte superiore, sospetto da corrosione. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20.

Barbuta, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Dettaglio dei danni sulla parte superiore, sospetto da corrosione. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 20.

cubitiera, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 19.

cubitiera, XIV secolo, manifattura Lombarda. Conservata a Pavia, Castello Sforzesco, inv. armi 19.


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Mail collar (standard / pisane), iron, copper alloy, riveted mail neck, each link connected to three links in the rows above and below (1:6), lower section is alternate riveted and welded links shaped to fall in points over the shoulders, lower edge and centre portion of the upper edge are formed of riveted copper alloy links. Around the base of the neck section is an intermittent row of butted copper alloy links and three remaining butted copper alloy link triangles, The British museum. E1.

Mail collar (standard / pisane), iron, copper alloy, riveted mail neck, each link connected to three links in the rows above and below (1:6), lower section is alternate riveted and welded links shaped to fall in points over the shoulders, lower edge and centre portion of the upper edge are formed of riveted copper alloy links. Around the base of the neck section is an intermittent row of butted copper alloy links and three remaining butted copper alloy link triangles, The British museum. E1.

Very rare mail standard, German 15th century. This is an example of high quality mail defence worn as a supplement to plate armour.

Very rare mail standard, German 15th century. This is an example of high quality mail defence worn as a supplement to plate armour.

European riveted mail arming sleeves, unknown age and origin. The Royal Armoury (Livrustkammaren) in the Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden.

European riveted mail arming sleeves, unknown age and origin. The Royal Armoury (Livrustkammaren) in the Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden.

Chain mail armory design

Chain mail armory design

European (Norway) riveted mail hauberk, fragments from Gjermundbu, the only Viking Age mail shirt found in Scandinavia, app 10th century, links with an anti-clock wise lap, oval rivet hole, high domed rivet head, prominent oval tail of wire, sub-circular cross section, alternating rows of links of an unknown closure type, circular with flats on the external circumferences and wire of sub-rectangular cross section, detail view showing a riveted link front and back. B1.

European (Norway) riveted mail hauberk, fragments from Gjermundbu, the only Viking Age mail shirt found in Scandinavia, app 10th century, links with an anti-clock wise lap, oval rivet hole, high domed rivet head, prominent oval tail of wire, sub-circular cross section, alternating rows of links of an unknown closure type, circular with flats on the external circumferences and wire of sub-rectangular cross section, detail view showing a riveted link front and back. B1.

Very rare mail standard, German 15th century. this is an example of high quality mail defence worn as a supplement to plate armour.

Very rare mail standard, German 15th century. this is an example of high quality mail defence worn as a supplement to plate armour.

European (German) riveted mail hauberk with basinet and riveted mail aventail (prob German). 13th to 14th century, Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK.

European (German) riveted mail hauberk with basinet and riveted mail aventail (prob German). 13th to 14th century, Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK.

European riveted mail hauberk that has a brass makers mark with gothic minuscules and three Maltese crosses, these brass marks can show the makers name and / or the town the hauberk was made in, detailed view of the brass mark.

European riveted mail hauberk that has a brass makers mark with gothic minuscules and three Maltese crosses, these brass marks can show the makers name and / or the town the hauberk was made in, detailed view of the brass mark.

Mail collar (standard / pisane), iron, copper alloy, riveted mail neck, each link connected to three links in the rows above and below (1:6), lower section is alternate riveted and welded links shaped to fall in points over the shoulders, lower edge and centre portion of the upper edge are formed of riveted copper alloy links. Around the base of the neck section is an intermittent row of butted copper alloy links and three remaining butted copper alloy link triangles, The British museum. E1.

Mail collar (standard / pisane), iron, copper alloy, riveted mail neck, each link connected to three links in the rows above and below (1:6), lower section is alternate riveted and welded links shaped to fall in points over the shoulders, lower edge and centre portion of the upper edge are formed of riveted copper alloy links. Around the base of the neck section is an intermittent row of butted copper alloy links and three remaining butted copper alloy link triangles, The British museum. E1.

Mail collar. ca 1350 CE, England  A mail collar, worn around the neck and shoulders, of exceptional craftsmanship.  Most of this collar is made of iron links formed of a piece of wire bent into a circular shape with ends riveted together. On the standing neck each link is connected to six others (usually 4), three from the rows above and below. Extra density offered better protection. Iron links originally were black, contrasting spectacularly with the decorative gold-colored copper alloy…

Mail collar. ca 1350 CE, England A mail collar, worn around the neck and shoulders, of exceptional craftsmanship. Most of this collar is made of iron links formed of a piece of wire bent into a circular shape with ends riveted together. On the standing neck each link is connected to six others (usually 4), three from the rows above and below. Extra density offered better protection. Iron links originally were black, contrasting spectacularly with the decorative gold-colored copper alloy…

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