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FFOULKES C. Armour & Weapons

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FFOULKES C.
Armour & Weapons
page 102



INDEX III Destrier, 87. Dilge, 77. Dillon, Viscount, 39, 50, 52, 55, 61,66, 91. Dussack, 102. Dymoke, 99. E Edward I, wardrobe. account of, 34, 89· Eisenhut, 28. Eibow-cop, 50. Enarmes, 29. Eresby, d', brass of, 68. F Falchion, 102. Fauchet, reference to bur- gonet, 83. Fitz Urse, shield of, 29. Flanchards, 90. Fontaine, Etienne de, helmet of, 45. Froissart, 13, 33, 42. Frontale, as distinct from chamfron, 90. Fustnn worn under armour, 61. Fustihal, 108. G- Gadlings, 39. Gambeson, 23, 30, 33. Gardequeue, 90. Garde-rein, 62. Garrard, Art of Warre, 63. Gauntlet, 50 ; of Black Prince, 33 ; construction of, 58. Genouillière, 50. Gibet, 106. · Gisarme, 103. Glaive, 104. Glancing-knobs, 90. Glancing surface, 48 ; on helm, 27. Godendag, 103; Gorget, 60 ; survival of, 98. Gorleston brass; 36. Gothic armour, 69 ; horse armour in Wallace Collection, 90 ; symmetry of, 96. Gouchets, 68. Grand-guard, 76. Grip of lance, 59 ; sword, 101. Guardia Nobile of the Pope, 99- . Guige, 29. Guns first used, 47. H Haines, Rev. H., Monumental Brasses, 68. Halbard, 103. Hall, Chronicles, 61. Hand-and-half sword, 102. Hatfield MS. as to wear and tear of armour, 98. Hatton, suit of Sir C, 99. Haubergeon, 24. Hauberk, 19; sleeves of, 23 ; worn under plate, 38. Hawkins, Sir R., Observations, 78. Helm, great, or Heaume, 25, 41 ; Barendyne, at Haseley, 75, 81 ; Brocas, at Woolwich, 60, 81 ; caps worn under, 27, 61 ; chained to body, 27 ; construction of jousting, 50-5 ; Dawtray,at Petworth, 81 ; decorated, 27 ; Fogge, at Ashford,8i ; method of fixing, 60 ; Pembridge, 41 ; ' sugar-loaf,' 27 ; at Sutton Courte-nay, 50,81 ; Wallace Collection, 81 ; Westminster, 81. Helmet, covers for, 42 ; grotesque, 92 ; jewelled, 45 ; Norman, 25 ; tied with laces, 26 ; tinned to prevent rust, 45. . Henry V, 64. Henry VIII and Maximilian, helmets worn at the meeting of, 83 ; suit for fighting on foot, 60 ; suit made by Seusenhofer, 76. Heraldic devices on shields, 29. Hewitt, John, 14, 23, 68 ; ivory chessman illustrated by, 89. Holy-water sprinkler, 106. Horse armour, complete suit of, 91. Horse trappings and church embroideries, 87 ; first shown on English seals, 88. Hosting harness, 63. Household cavalry, 99. 'Hungere ' iron, 52. I Imbricate armouries, 16. Inventory of Humphrey de Bohun, 33, 42 ; Sir Simon Burley, 34 ; Dover Castle, 64 ; Louis Hutin, 42, 46 ; Piers Gaveston, 33, 35 ; Tower Armouries, 52. Jack, 67. Jacobe, 65, 99. lambeaux, 34. Jamboys, 77. Jambs, 36 ; discarded, 81. Jazeran armour, 41. Joan of Arc, 22. John, King, 25. Jupon, 23 ; of Black Prince, 40. Κ Knee-cop, 50. Lalain, Jacques de, 82. Lambespring, Bartholomew, 69. Lamboys. See Jamboys. Lambrequin, 45. Lames, 50. Lance, 103. Laton, or latten, used for armour, 33. Leather, used for armour, 34 ; horse armour, 90 ; morion at Berlin, 34. Lee, Sir Henry, tests armour, 52· Leg armour, of horse at Brus · sels, 91 ; of plate, introduced and discarded, 97. Lewis, Isle of, ivory chessmen found at, 26. Lochaber axe, 104. Longbow, 107. Louis, King of Hungary, death by drowning of, 64. Louis XIV, armour of, 96 ; proof marks on armour of, 55· M Mace, 106. Madrid, 94. Mail, banded, 20 ; chain, 19 ; cleaning of, 64 ; ' mascled,' 22 ; method of making, 20. Main-guard, 52. Mainfaire, wrong use of, 76. Manifer or mainfere, 52,76. Main- uche, 102. Mantegna, St. George by, 70.. Mantling, 45. Marche, Oliver de la, 64. Maximilian I, 65 ; armour, 70 ; horse armour of, in the Tower, 91. Mentonière, 82. Meyrick, Sir Samuel, 14, 16 ; theory of banded mail, 20, 21 ; theory of mascled mail, 22, 76 ; theory of burgonet, 83. Miséricorde, 102. Missaglias, 66. Mohacz, Battle of, 64. Molineux, Sir W., brass of, 30. Monstrelet, 14. Morion, 83 ; of leather at Berlin, 34. Morning Star, 107. Moroni, portrait by, 62. Moton, 39, 68. Moulinet, 108. Mûhlberg, armour worn at the Battle of, 30. Ν Nasal, 26. Negroli, helmet by, 95. L


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