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Name: John Mauleverer Dating: 1400 Location: St Martin's Church, Allerton Mauleverer, North Yorkshire, UK

Name: John Mauleverer Dating: 1400 Location: St Martin's Church, Allerton Mauleverer, North Yorkshire, UK

Brass Rubbing of Alianora de Bohun, Duchess of Gloucester - Westminster Abbey, London - Died 1399

Brass Rubbing of Alianora de Bohun, Duchess of Gloucester - Westminster Abbey, London - Died 1399

The Codex Wallerstein (Augsburg University library I.6.4.2) is a 16th century fechtbuch. The title Vom Baumans Fechtbuch appears on the first page, together with the date 1549. The Codex came in the possession of Paulus Hector Mair in 1556. It consists of 221 pages, illustrating techniques of fighting with the longsword, messer, and dagger, armored and unarmored, stechschild, as well a system of grappling.

Armoured longsword combatants wearing roundel daggers as backup weapons (Plate Codex Wallerstein, century).

Hartmann von Kroneberg Dating: 1372 Location: Kronenberg Castle chapel, Taunus Mountains, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Hartmann von Kroneberg Dating: 1372 Location: Kronenberg Castle chapel, Taunus Mountains, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

South Kelsey Knight, 1410, St Mary's Church, South Kelsey, Lincolnshire, England

South Kelsey Knight, 1410, St Mary's Church, South Kelsey, Lincolnshire, England

Marschalls von Waldeck (1364)

Marschalls von Waldeck (1364)

Henri I, Count of Eu, 1140, Foucarmont Abbey, Foucarmont, Seine-Maritime, France

Henri I, Count of Eu, 1140, Foucarmont Abbey, Foucarmont, Seine-Maritime, France

This armor was assembled and restored in the 1920s using individual elements discovered in the ruins of the Venetian fortress at Chalcis, on the Greek island of Euboea, which had fallen to the Turks in 1470. The purpose was to present a full armor of the style worn in Italy ca 1400, a period from which no complete armors survive.

This armor was assembled and restored under the direction of Dr. It consists of elements mostly from Chalcis, such as those exhibited in the vitrines to the left and right

World Chronicle  	      Unknown  German, Regensburg, about 1400 - 1410 with addition in 1487  Tempera colors, gold and silver paint, and ink on parchment bound between wood boards covered with brown leather  13 3/16 x 9 1/4 in.  MS. 33

World Chronicle Unknown German, Regensburg, about 1400 - 1410 with addition in 1487 Tempera colors, gold and silver paint, and ink on parchment bound between wood boards covered with brown leather 13 x 9 in.

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