- a light medieval helmet with a slit for vision
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[ French salade
, Spanish celada
, or Italian celata
, from Latin (cassis) caelata
, from caelare
, to engrave in relief. So called from the figures engraved upon it.] A light kind of helmet, with or without a viso
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a light medieval helmet with a slit for vision
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• (n.) Alt. of Salleting • (n.) A light kind of helmet, with or without a visor, introduced during the 15th century.
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The sallet (also called salade and schaller) was a war helmet that replaced the bascinet in northern Europe and Hungary during the mid-15th century. Some sallets were close fitting except at the back of the head where they extended and formed a pointed tail. Some Italian ones followed the shape of the neck, and had an additional plate riveted on.
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A sallet (salade) was a light medieval helmet usually with a vision slit or movable visor.
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