DISCUSSION

 

V.
T
HE ARMOURS
鎧 甲


 

 

D - Historic Re-Enactment


Pictures Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

NGUYỄN-Văn Bernard at the Forge.
(2005)

Patrick QUINQUIRY from Medieval Martial Arts Department's
« Historic Re-Enactment Section » was verifying the design
of Đại-Việt Medieval Armour Khải-Giáp ( 鎧 甲 ) on his computer
.
(2006)

Mr TRỊNH drawing the model of chasing for Đại-Việt
Medieval Armour's steel Pauldrons "Kiên-Giáp" ( 肩 甲)
according to research from Medieval Martial Arts Department's
« Historic Re-Enactment Section ».
(2005)

Nicolas ROUX chasing his Đại-Việt
Medieval Armour's steel Pauldrons "Kiên-Giáp" ( 肩 甲)
according to research from Medieval Martial Arts Department's
« Historic Re-Enactment Section ».
(2005)

Steel Helmet "Đâu-Mâu" ( 兜 鍪 ) was just being rebuilt
by Medieval Martial Arts Department's
« Historic Re-Enactment Section ».
(2005)

LÊ-Tuấn-Anh was trying his wrought steel Helmet
"Đâu-Mâu" ( 兜 鍪 ), still devoid of roundness shaped Crest,
in drawing up by « Historic Re-Enactment Section » from
Đại-Việt Medieval Martial Arts Department.
(2005)

Helmets still devoid of Crest and chased steel Spauldron,
in drawing up by « Historic Re-Enactment Section »
from Đại-Việt Medieval Martial Arts Department.
(2006)

Patrick QUINQUIRY from Medieval Martial Arts Department's
« Historic Re-Enactment Section » was verifying the design
of Đại-Việt Medieval Armour Khải-Giáp ( 鎧 甲 ) on his computer
.

 

Chased steel Braconnière's Bukles and steel Spauldrons,
in drawing up by « Historic Re-Enactment Section »
from Đại-Việt Medieval Martial Arts Department
.
(2006)


 

Steel Gauntlets in drawing up by « Historic Re-Enactment Section » from Bestarmour,
designed
for Armoured Medieval Tournament.
(2006)

 

Helmets and chased steel Bukles of Braconnière,
in drawing up by « Historic Re-Enactment Section »
from Đại-Việt Medieval Martial Arts Department.
(2006)

Tempered steel Rerebraces in drawing up
by « Historic Re-Enactment Section » from
Đại-Việt Medieval Martial Arts Department

(Scales and Armpit Harness not yet fixed).
(2006)

Tempered Helmet, still devoid of Crest, in drawing up
by « Historic Re-Enactment Section » from
Đại-Việt Medieval Martial Arts Department.
(Ears Protection in Flying Phoenix
Wings shaped not yet fixed)
(2006)

(To be continued...)

 

Bình-Định SA-LONG-CƯƠNG
Department of Medieval Martial Arts
Võ Trận Đại-Việt

 

 

 

 

 

       A - Synoptic of the Armour's Evolution

       B - Armour's Comparative Study

       C - The Historic Re-Enactment - (Photos Gallery)

       D - The Discussion about the War Horse Armour

       E - The Discussion about the War Elephant Armour

 

 

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