Picture Of Middle Ages Bascinet

Picture Of Middle Ages Bascinet

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The bascinet (bassinet, basinet, or bazineto) was a Medieval European open-faced military helmet. It evolved from a type of iron or steel skullcap.

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Medieval Armor

Description of the history of medieval armor represents a crucial part of the entire history warfare. During medieval Europe, many new forms of armor were invented, battles were won and lost by the quality of the equipment worn by soldiers and knights, and explosion of personal armor use caused significant innovations in the field of weaponry.

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