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Battle of Agincourt, 1415, English School. Stapleton Collection.

Caption: Battle of Agincourt, France, 25 October 1415, (15th century). One of the major battles of the Hundred Years War, Agincourt was a decisive victory for the English, led King Henry V, over the French, commanded by Charles d'Albret, Constable of France.
Source: Science Photo Library

English School, The Stapleton Collection.*.

Stapleton Collection
This fine fifteenth-century manuscript illustration of the Battle of Agincourt shows a wide range of armor and weapons. Most of the foot soldiers are wearing brigandines, as shown by the pattern of rivets on the fabric, and poleyns on their knees. They are armed with the longbow and the sword. The mounted knights also wear brigandines but with armor on their arms and legs. All are shown wearing simple helmets, sallets or kettle hats.
Source: p.273, Medieval Weapons: An Illustrated History of Their Impact by Kelly DeVries & Robert D. Smith (2007)

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