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The man-at-arms on the right is a heavy armoured infantryman of the later 15th century. He wears a kettle hat, brigandine with small sleeves, haubergeon (short mail shirt) with a mail collar, full armour for the limbs, a short sword and a halberd or bill.

The man-at-arms on the right is a heavy armoured infantryman of the later century. He wears a kettle hat, brigandine with small sleeves, haubergeon (short mail shirt) with a mail collar, full armour for the limbs, a short sword and a halberd or bill.

The marvellous "mark T" from www.myarmoury.com again, citing this from Trait de la forme at devis comme on fait les tournois, by Rene de Anjou, as reprinted on p. 41 of The book of the medieval knight, Stephen Turnbull (London: Arms and Armour Press, 1995).

TheTrait de la forme at devis comme on fait les tournois, by Rene de Anjou. Illustration dating to the mid to late

des tapisseries "Histoire d'Alexandre" et "la vie de césar", Flandres/Bourgogne 1460-1470

Brigandine shoulders pointed onto an arming doublet beneath or the brig itself.

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Tapestry-image-with-brig-and-spaulders, showing 2 point attachment at shoulders. This seems likely to have been direct to the arming doublet underneath.

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From an unknown flemish painting,  late15th century, Brussels,  Musées Royaux des Beaux Arts    The skirt is attached, and solid in front - but split near the top

From an unknown Flemish painting, late century, Brussels, Musées Royaux des Beaux Arts (Note: So the filler you're looking for is probably a partlet.

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Via Armour Archive - courtesy of Peter Spätling

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