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Cavalieri (16)Fabulous artwork. This must have cost a fortune. I sincerely doubt it was ever intended to be used in battle.

Full plate armour for man and horse owned by Sigismund II Augustus

full armor for knight with horse armor

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"Persian mail and plate armor for horse and cavalry soldier, dating from 1450, this type of armor became the standard type of equipment for the heavy cavalry under the Timurids (1370-1506), the Mongol successor empire which ruled from Samarkand, and under the Ottoman Turks. These cavalry, armed with bow, sword and sometimes lance, were the main component of all medieval Islamic armies. the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art."

Persian mail and plate armor for horse and cavalry soldier, dating from

An amazing example of Medieval horse armor in the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna, Austria

Magnificent Animal Armor for Your Favorite Beast

Photos of museum’s with knights and their horse’s armor : theBRIGADE

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, documented 1513–1579  Equestrian Armor of Emperor Charles V, Augsburg, c. 1535–1540 (lance, 16th-19th century) etched, embossed, and gilt steel, brass, leather, fabric (lance: steel and wood) Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, documented Equestrian Armor of Emperor…

Armor for horse and man, and field armor. Armor for horse and man: Italy (probably Milan), ~1565. Field Armour: Italy, ~1575.

Armor for horse and man, and field armor. Armor for horse and man: Italy (probably Milan), Field Armour: Italy,

Armour of Don Sancho de Avila   Germany (Augsburg), 1560.

Armour of Don Sancho de Ávila Museum of Art, heraldric breastplate and breeches replacing missing breast/backplate

German, documented 1513–1579 Equestrian Armour of Emperor Charles V

German, documented Equestrian Armour of Emperor Charles V . The way it is posed reminds me of a certain Star Wars character.

Armor for Heavy Cavalry, French, circa 1600    One of the best preserved French armors dating from the reign of Henry IV (1589–1610), this example demonstrates the French preference for completely gilt armors

Armor for Heavy Cavalry, French, circa 1600 One of the best preserved French armors dating from the reign of Henry IV this example demonstrates the French preference for completely gilt armors

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