Mirror armor. XVI – XVII centuries

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Persia, the Ottoman Empire, the states of Central Asia, the Moscow state, Kazan, Astrakhan, the Crimean Khanate. XVI – XVII centuries

Mild Steel, thickness 1.5 mm., Chain weaving from flattened rings.

The mirror armor consisted of a series of boards that formed two halves – the front and the back. Each half was made up of: a middle board, or a circle, side planks, top (above the circle), or a necklace, and a hoop – a part wrapping around the neck; in the front half there were more tips – shoulder attachments, and in the back – shoulders.

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Persia, the Ottoman Empire, the states of Central Asia, the Moscow state, Kazan, Astrakhan, the Crimean Khanate. XVI – XVII centuries

Mild Steel, thickness 1.5 mm., Chain weaving from flattened rings.

The mirror armor consisted of a series of boards that formed two halves – the front and the back. Each half was made up of: a middle board, or a circle, side planks, top (above the circle), or a necklace, and a hoop – a part wrapping around the neck; in the front half there were more tips – shoulder attachments, and in the back – shoulders.

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