Timeline for Natural Armour and Weapons

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Jun 16 '20 at 11:03 history edited CommunityBot
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May 23 '19 at 20:13 comment added Liam Morris Minor nit-pick, “studded leather” is not actually a type of historical armour. What people misidentified as leather with metal studs in it is actually a coat of plates or brigandine, the term has just kind of stuck around. I mentioned brigandine in my own answer. Essentially, the “studs” of studded leather are actually rivets holding a metal plate to the leather backing. The studs are not why studded leather is stronger, the metal plates underneath the leather are.
May 23 '19 at 20:04 history answered Delioth CC BY-SA 4.0