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Carolingian Ivory Plaque of Soldiers
Triumph of Virtue over Evil
France, 9th century. Bargello Museum, Florence

Image source
Ivory carving of the Triumph of Virtue over Evil, from Ambronay Abbey, by the School of the Palace of Charlemagne, French, 9th century AD, Bargello, Florence, Italy

The upper figure is referenced on p.12, The Age of Charlemagne (Men-at-Arms 150) by D.Nicolle, A.McBride
A 9th-century French ivory plaque. The scale hauberk worn by this warrior has little in common with late Roman armour and may show a genuine type of Carolingian defence. (Bargello, Florence)

Referenced as Plate V-10 in A. Goldschmidt, Die Elfenbeinskulpturen aus der Zeit der Karolingischen und Sächsischen Kaiser, 4 vols. (Berlin 1914-1926)

See also Carolingian Soldiers in the Apocalypse of St Amand or Cambrai Apocalypse, 9th Century, Bib. Munic., Ms. 386, Cambrai, France
Carolingian Arms and Armor in the Ninth Century by Simon Coupland
Other Carolingian Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers
Other 9th Century Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers