Gold-painted full suit armor 16th - 17th century
Though the origin of the armor of combat goes back to the Egyptian period, developing with Greeks and Romans, the medieval armor most known, formed of plates of steel or iron, linked to each other with hooks, nuts, and nails it holds the warrior by means of straps and clasps, it started being used in Europe, infantry as equestrian, in the 14th century and reached the perfection at the end of the 15th transforming in the middle of the 16th century in a luxury vestment for the warrior, adorned and embellished with the beauties of the sculptural art and of the metallic industries. It declined notably in the 17th century as the firearms were perfected and from the 18th century they are only used as incomparable ornament of castles, palaces, museums, and all that place that wants to incorporate into its stays a nice historical recollection.More information
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