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Part of: Survival engineering

Armor from the European and Japanese tradition:

There are a few separate harness-collections in my research, this one is historic.
There is also three on contemporary harnesses and one on exo-skeletons > Survival Engineering

Europe

Roman Armor:

pictures from www.globaleffects.com

Medievals:

Crusader and templar outfits.

crusader.jpg templar.jpg

pictures from www.globaleffects.com

Full Harnesses:

A red globose harness.

red-globose.jpg

Maximilian harness.

maxamilian.jpg

Italian Gothic harness.

italian_gothic_hi.jpg

pictures from www.globaleffects.com

Casual:

A ladies half-studded armor, and a gentlemen's Thullian armor.

Ladies-half-studded-armor.jpg thullian-armor.jpg

Some nice knitted mail leg protection.


Knitted-mail.jpg

Leather and cotton mails, judging by the facial-expression probably not as comfortable as it looks:

pictures from www.globaleffects.com

In full action:

fighting-knights.jpg

Picture from www.thearma.com

Japanese wear:

With protective moustache.
In various colors.
In full action.

japanese-action.jpg

from: wanderingtotamshui.blogspot.com

see Head Protection for a selection of old helmets.

historic_armor.txt · Last modified: 2007/12/03 14:56 by theunkarelse