A kind of helmet without beaver or visor, worn by soldiers in the 16th and 17th centuries.
- The musketeer wore a thick coat of buff leather and a morion but, by c. 1630, would exchange his helmet for a broad-brimmed hat, sometimes with an iron skull cap or ‘secret’ beneath.
- The pikeman's head was protected by a high combed morion in the Spanish style.
Words that rhyme with morionAustrian
A brown or black variety of quartz.
- The central place, occupied by the collection of Giant crystals, consists of unique creations of nature from amethyst, citrine, rose and smoked quartz, mountain crystal, morion, beryl and tour-maline.
- Later, John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, owned a crystal and silver salt, with a ‘morion’ under the crystal ‘bering up the salt’.
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