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- curved piece of metal, as plate armor progressed the couter became an articulated joint. Couters were po****r by the 1320s. In fighting reenactment groups...
- connected to gauntlets. Vambraces may be worn with or without separate couters in a full suit of medieval armour. The term originates in the early 14th...
- There are a variety of alternative names and spellings (such as cowter/couter or b****inet/bascinet/basinet or besagew/besague) which often reflect a word...
- Arnold Charles Ernest Hintjens (born 21 May 1949), better known by his stage name Arno, is a Belgian artist born in Oostende. He was the frontman of TC...
- century, as body armour moved from simple mail hauberks to full plate. The couter was added to the hauberk to better protect the elbows, and splinted armour...
- 2012. Vulser, Nicole (8 April 2005). "Siffloter 'L'Internationale' peut coûter cher". Le Monde (in French). Retrieved 7 December 2015. Gill 1998, 16th...
- Ramsay cl****ification scheme for folds Cl**** Curvature C Comment  1 Cinner > Couter Dip isogons converge     1A Orthogonal thickness at hinge narrower than...
- cover the entire arm (encomp****ing vambrace, rerebrace, and possibly a couter). Rosignoli, Guido (1986). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Military Insignia...
- part of a harness of plate armour, or attached to a helmet, breastplate, couter or on a gauntlet. Rondels most commonly hang off breastplates and cover...
- known as rondels) which were mostly used in Gothic Armour, rerebraces, couters, vambraces, gauntlets, a cuir**** (back and breastplate) with a fauld, t****ets...
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