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Russian zertsalo (mirror) armor, during the 16th century Cossaks adopted plate armor in the style of the Ottoman krug armor.

Russian zertsalo (mirror) armor, during the 16th century Cossaks adopted plate armor in the style of the Ottoman krug armor.

Mail and plate armour (zereh bagtar), Mughal from Datia, about 1600 (Royal Armouries)

Mail and plate armour (zereh bagtar), Mughal from Datia, about 1600 (Royal Armouries)

Costume d'acciaio inciso il cavaliere Paladino

Costume d'acciaio inciso il cavaliere Paladino

Indian (Sind) helmet, 18th century, this exact helmet is illustrated in Haider, "Arms & Armour of Muslim India" p.103 and credited to the National Museum, Krakow Poland.

Indian (Sind) helmet, 18th century, this exact helmet is illustrated in Haider, "Arms & Armour of Muslim India" p.103 and credited to the National Museum, Krakow Poland.

March of Empires characters

March of Empires characters

Shishi Kawari Kabuto. Iron, Cord, Lacquer and Leather. Circa 17th Century.

Shishi Kawari Kabuto. Iron, Cord, Lacquer and Leather. Circa 17th Century.

Indian (Sind) armor, late 18th to early 19th c, detail view (helmet), steel, brass, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, constructed of mail and steel plates decorated with embossed brass plaques, thought to come from the northeast Indian kingdom of Sind, now a province in southern Pakistan. The region was ruled by Mirs of the Talpur family from 1783 until 1843, when it was taken over by the British. Very few of these complete Sind armors survive, and this is one of the best…

Indian (Sind) armor, late 18th to early 19th c, detail view (helmet), steel, brass, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, constructed of mail and steel plates decorated with embossed brass plaques, thought to come from the northeast Indian kingdom of Sind, now a province in southern Pakistan. The region was ruled by Mirs of the Talpur family from 1783 until 1843, when it was taken over by the British. Very few of these complete Sind armors survive, and this is one of the best…

Gambeson medievale per il combattimento

Gambeson medievale per il combattimento

Mamluk / Ottoman krug, end of 15th century to early 16th century, Arabic inscription on back of armor, steel, gold, silver, mail, leather and fabric,

Mamluk / Ottoman krug, end of 15th century to early 16th century, Arabic inscription on back of armor, steel, gold, silver, mail, leather and fabric,

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