hauberk

[n] - a long (usually sleeveless) tunic of chain mail formerly worn as defensive armor
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Hauberk

knee-length tunic made of MAIL.
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Hauberk

Hau'berk (ha'bẽrk) noun [ Old French hauberc , halberc , French haubert , Old High German halsberc ; hals neck + bergan to protect, German bergen ; akin to Anglo-Saxon healsbeorg , Icelandic hālsbj√∂rg . See Collar...
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hauberk

byrnie noun a long (usually sleeveless) tunic of chain mail formerly worn as defensive armor
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Hauberk

• (v. t.) A coat of mail; especially, the long coat of mail of the European Middle Ages, as contrasted with the habergeon, which is shorter and sometimes sleeveless. By old writers it is often used synonymously with habergeon. See Habergeon.
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hauberk

(from the article `military technology`) ...hauberk, which was a later version of the Saxon byrnie that was split to permit the wearer to sit astride his horse. Though 11th-century ...
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Hauberk

A mail shirt that varied in length, but in the fourteenth century usually did not reach the knees.
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Hauberk

The hauberk was a jacket of chain-mail with loose sleeves, first introduced by the Normans. There were two models, the small hauberk reached to the hips and had sleeves with extended to the elbow, and the large hauberk which reached down to the knees and had sleeves which extended a little below the elbow and also a hood.
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Hauberk

a long defensive shirt, usually of mail, extending to the knees.
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Hauberk

A hauberk is a shirt of mail. The term is usually used to describe a shirt reaching at least to mid-thigh and including sleeves. Haubergeon (`little hauberk`) generally refers to a smaller version of the hauberk, but the terms are often used interchangeably. == History == The word hauberk is derived from the Old Frankish word halsberg, which ori.....
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hauberk

long chain mail coat
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