Barding

Barding (also spelled bard or barb) is armour for horses. During the late Middle Ages as armour protection for knights became more effective, their mounts became targets. This tactic was effective for the Scots at the Battle of Bannockburn in the fourteenth century when horses were killed by the infantry, and for the English at the Battle of Créc...
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Barding

A term for horse armor, which could be made from a variety of materials, including mail and plate.
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Barding

Covering dry meat or the breast of poultry or game birds with pieces of bacon or fat to prevent the flesh drying out during roasting.
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Barding

The practice of wrapping lean cuts of meat to be with thin slices of back fat. The alternative to this is larding, in which long strips of fat are inserted into the cut of meat to keep it moist during cooking.
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