Knight's Armor Italy (likely Milan) ca. 1565 Steel and copper alloy with gilding, leather, and textile Milanese craftsmen were considered the top armor fabricators of Europe. The armor on the horse weighs 98 lbs. and the rider's weighs 60 lbs. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, Missouri
Horse Armor | Italian, probably Milan | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Manhood is being lost. Although equality among the sexes is an important component for society to progress, men need to return to traditional, ages-old values such as chivalry, responsibility, and courage. Every man has Knighthood buried within him...he simply must find it.
RENAISSANCE ARMOUR 16TH Piccinino,Lucio,armourer Saddle and horses armour (chanfron), part of the Farnese Armour, a present of King Philip II of Spain to Alessandro Farnese (1545-1592), famous general and governor of the Netherlands. See 17-01-02/1-28. Milan workshop, bluesteel, gold and silver, Inv. A 1132 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ruestkammer, Vienna, Austria
Gothic armor for knight & horse
TÜRK KOZMOLOJİSİ: TÜRK MİĞFER VE SAVAŞ MALZEMELERİ