Łukasz Rutkowski

Łukasz Rutkowski

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Reconstruction armor 1340-1360 g Germany Research group "Хранители"

Reconstruction armor 1340-1360 g Germany Research group "Хранители"

Sir Hugh Calveley c.1390(just a few years before his death). Spent nearly all of his adult life at war on the continent. Fought in the Breton Civil War, the Iberian Campaigns, back o France when hostilities between Engaland and France broke out again in 1369 , took part in the Norwich crusade against the Avignon Pope & finally the expedition led by John of Gaunt in 1386 to secure the throne of Castile.

Sir Hugh Calveley c.1390(just a few years before his death). Spent nearly all of his adult life at war on the continent. Fought in the Breton Civil War, the Iberian Campaigns, back o France when hostilities between Engaland and France broke out again in 1369 , took part in the Norwich crusade against the Avignon Pope & finally the expedition led by John of Gaunt in 1386 to secure the throne of Castile.

Late 14th Century Bascinet by Wild Armoury. Dream helm.

Late 14th Century Bascinet by Wild Armoury. Dream helm.

14th c. Bascinet II by GrayEyedGringo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

14th c. Bascinet II by GrayEyedGringo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Height:  24 inches Width:  18 inches Thickness:  1 inch Origin:  Hyrule, 1998 (release date of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)   Nothi...

Height: 24 inches Width: 18 inches Thickness: 1 inch Origin: Hyrule, 1998 (release date of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time) Nothi...

An overview of Norse helmet finds. Apart from the Gjermundbu helmet there are also three surviving (and much less known) mask fragments. The domes of the reconstructions are educated guesses. The St. Wenceslaus helmet (bottom) was probably made in Germany but decorated on Gotland. All the helmets have flashy decorations. The purpose of the mask was probably to prevent the wearer from being recognised and haunted by the spirits of those he kills, a superstition that died out with…

An overview of Norse helmet finds. Apart from the Gjermundbu helmet there are also three surviving (and much less known) mask fragments. The domes of the reconstructions are educated guesses. The St. Wenceslaus helmet (bottom) was probably made in Germany but decorated on Gotland. All the helmets have flashy decorations. The purpose of the mask was probably to prevent the wearer from being recognised and haunted by the spirits of those he kills, a superstition that died out with…