Definition of brigandine in English:
A coat of mail, typically one made of iron rings or plates attached to canvas or other fabric.
- The rank and file continued to rely on mail shirts, cloth armours (brigandine and jak) and simpler headgear.
- Others, wore a helmet and a short mail coat under a jack or brigandine lined with small metal plates.
- Others had brigandines - metal scales sewn on a jacket - to protect them from enemy swords and arrows.
Definition of brigandine in:
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