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The man-at-arms on the right is a heavy armoured infantryman of the later 15th century. He wears a kettle hat, brigandine with small sleeves, haubergeon (short mail shirt) with a mail collar, full armour for the limbs, a short sword and a halberd or bill.

The man-at-arms on the right is a heavy armoured infantryman of the later century. He wears a kettle hat, brigandine with small sleeves, haubergeon (short mail shirt) with a mail collar, full armour for the limbs, a short sword and a halberd or bill.

15th Century man at arms wielding a bill pole arm, used to unhorse cavalry.

Century man at arms wielding a bill pole arm, used to unhorse cavalry,en

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