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Mongol Warrior by Photosynthetique, via Flickr

Mongol Warrior by Photosynthetique, via Flickr

Cuirass (Char Aina) Persia (Iran), 17th century.  Four-plate armours like this are known as "Char Aina", or "Four Mirrors", with the mirrors supposedly repell...

Four-plate armours like this are known as "Char Aina", or "Four Mirrors", with the mirrors supposedly repell.

Seljuk Soldier by Tuncer Oguz, via Behance

Seljuk Soldier by Tuncer Oguz, via Behance

http://flabergastertron.tumblr.com/post/147570618893/sino-archives-tang-dynasty-lamellar-armor

http://flabergastertron.tumblr.com/post/147570618893/sino-archives-tang-dynasty-lamellar-armor

Mongolian traditional clothes including hats, del, boots and much more. ... The middle ages women & men wore summer hats made of plush wet velvet upturned  (600×899)

Mongolian traditional clothes Hats: One of the most colorful and original items of Mongolian national dress is the traditional head wear. The Mongolian head dresses diffe

missfolly:    You never know when you may need a good chart on Medieval Armour : ) Miss Folly

You never know when you may need a good chart on Medieval Armour : ) Miss Folly

RARE OTTOMAN TURKISH ISLAMIC WARRIOR HORN DEMON DEVIL FACE HELME

RARE OTTOMAN TURKISH ISLAMIC WARRIOR HORN DEMON DEVIL FACE HELME

Mameluk 1805.  There was a regiment of Mameluks in Napoleon's army until 1815.  It is somewhat of a mystery as to whether any Mameluks accompanied the army during the Hundred Days (Waterloo) campaign of 1815.

Mameluk There was a regiment of Mameluks in Napoleon's army until It is somewhat of a mystery as to whether any Mameluks accompanied the army during the Hundred Days (Waterloo) campaign of

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