Brigandine

A brigandine is a form of body armour from the Middle Ages. It is a cloth garment, generally canvas or leather, lined with small oblong steel plates riveted to the fabric. ==Origins== Protective clothing and armour have been used by armies from earliest recorded history; the King James Version of the Bible [Jeremiah 46:4] translates the Hebrew ס
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Brigandine

• (n.) A coast of armor for the body, consisting of scales or plates, sometimes overlapping each other, generally of metal, and sewed to linen or other material. It was worn in the Middle Ages.
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brigandine

noun a medieval coat of chain mail consisting of metal rings sewn onto leather or cloth
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Brigandine

Brig'an·dine noun [ French brigandine (cf. Italian brigantina ), from Old French brigant . See Brigand .] A coast of armor for the body, consisting of scales or plates, sometimes overlapping each other, generally of metal, and sewed to linen or other material. It was worn in...
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Brigandine

A brigandine was a medieval coat of mail composed of light thin jointed scales or a coat of thin pliant plate armour covered with leather or hemp. Brigandines were originally the armour worn by Brigands. The term was later applied to the jacket quilted with iron worn by archers during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I.
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Brigandine

A defence of iron plates riveted inside a fabric doublet, popular in the 15th–early 16th centuries.
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brigandine

leather armour with metal scales
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brigandine

[n] - a medieval coat of chain mail consisting of metal rings sewn onto leather or cloth
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