Town guard armed with a Bill; an ideal weapon for unhorsing a knight, or chopping at range an oncoming attacker.
A full Gothic foot armour assembled on a foundation of rare elements, both German and North Italian export, alla tedesca, partly circa 1480-90. Including a finely formed breast-plate, North Italian, in the German fashion, of two-part overlapping construction joined by four rivets, the upper plate with narrow raised outward turns at the neck and arm-holes, embossed with an inverted triangular panel below the top and the arm-holes bordered by double flutes, the lower
Medival Soldier Knight late 14th early 15th century man at arms
Guerriers Arabes, Kurdes, Berbères, Africains, Perses, Turcs, etc lors des Croisades :
Almohad Berber Guardsman, XIII c.
Brother Knight of Saint John
Castillon : la victoire de Charles VII contre Henri VI, Talbot et les Gascons