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Plackart Armor

  • Medieval Era
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

Seen predominately in the 15th Century, Plackart armor was similar to the Breastplate. It initially covered the lower half of the front torso. A plate reinforcement composed the bottom part. Although having a metal finish, some versions were covered in velvet as well. Plackart armor was popular in Italy and Spain, were often highly stylized. German versions are fluted as a decorative form (fluting also provided additional protection).