lamellar and plate | 33. 13th century great helm Mind you, the current great helm looks ...
A MONGOL SILK LAMPAS WEAVE ROBE Eastern Iran or Central Asia, late 13th or first half 14th century The silk woven with an intricate design of interlaced strapwork overlaid by roundels enclosing cusped oval panels of dense floral motifs around similar plainer medallions, changing on the shoulders to a design more closely imitating knotted kufic inscriptions, applied lapel panel around the collar, the waist with applied band of braiding tying at the side with ribbons, a few areas of…
Yuan (mongol) armor, circa 1271–1368 AD.
Different types of Yuan helmets. Notice that the hat-shaped helmets were still quite common. The Yuan Mongols probably copied the idea of hat-shaped helmets from Jurchens or Chinese.
Brigandine armor of Nurhachi (努爾哈赤), which united the Manchu tribes, and whose successors went on to found the Qing Dynasty. This particular suit of was a 18th century reproduction of the original armour, commissioned by Qianlong Emperor (1735 – 1796).
Mongol Yuan Dynasty (late 13th century) brigandine armor, used during the Mongol invasions of Japan and preserved at the Mongol Invasion Museum in Japan.