4 edition of The Armored Horse in Europe, 1480-1620 (Metropolitan Museum of Art Series) found in the catalog.
June 8, 2005 by Metropolitan Museum of Art .
Written in English
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Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum, An illustration from the Westminster psalter, dated to about Fig. Sources: Bouchard, Constance Brittain. Melanchthon und der Calvinismus: Band 9. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, This is especially the case within the context of military representations, among which one often finds the figure of the knight riding his noble steed.
Mutations d'un paysage rural. Schulz, Juergen. Polska Akademia Nauk-Instytut Historii. Indeed, the gallop is an asymmetrical gait, and by galloping on the right lead the right front leg advancing and touching the ground in a forward direction to a greater extent than the left one, used by the animal to keep its balance in curvesit could compensate for an impact coming from its left.
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Melbourne: 1480-1620 book Scholarly Publishing, He could lose control of his animal or have to fight on foot, where his equipment was less advantageous and his life more at risk.
Kenrick, Vivienne. Marvin, Laurence W. Modern experiments on simple cuir bouilli have shown that it can reduce the depth of an arrow wound considerably, especially if coated with a crushed mineral facing mixed with glue, as one medieval Arab author recommended.
Tokyo: Tuttle Pub. Marshall, Bill. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Thompson, K. The saddle was Afitted with a crupper and breast-straps, which were held in place by a whole system of large and small straps, some of which were very ornamental.
Hyde, Elizabeth. Slive, Seymour. A set of this type of armor is found at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Henning, Andreas. Unfortunately, these gorgeous pieces of fabric are only known today through artistic representations, even if some fragments preserved in museums are thought to once have been parts of horse caparisons.
Parading these horses without their noble riders gave these animals particularly high distinction and allow the audience to appreciate their qualities. Presentation of The Armored Horse in Europe book Fol.
Tucker, John. The Siege of Malta, Bathe, William. Centre 1480-1620 book Calouste Gulbenkian. Peytral[ edit ] The peytral was designed to protect the chest of the horse, while the croupiere protected the rear.
It provided support for the tack and some amount of decoration through beading and tassels. Latin text ed.
Maitland, trans. Remensnyder, Amy G. Silence hangs as they feast their eyes on a sea of steel. However surviving specimens of leather armour are rare, more so than the various types of civilian containers.The Armored Horse in Europe, – European Helmets, – Treasures from the Reserve Collection Guide to Provincial Roman and Barbarian Metalwork.
Jun 07, · The Metropolitan Museum in New York has over publications online galisend.com's for free download, and a couple hundred more for online reading. Mar 31, · St. George is on a white charger with a shield bearing Red Cross on a field of gold and carrying a lance with such banner, he is in full modern armor circaand his armored saddle (pommel visible) is one of the earliest depictions of the armored saddles (see The Armored Horse in Europe,p, ).The Metropolitan Museum pdf Art has published a wealth of knowledge.
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Pyhrr, Donald J. LaRocca June 8th by Yale University Press. Leather and the warrior: an account of the importance of leather to the fighting man from the time of the ancient Greeks to World War II.The Armored Horse in Europe, book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The horse was an integral part of Renaissance cultu /5.