|Caption||Top: Early 14th Century knights wore mail, but by the end of the century they rode into battle completely protected by heavy plate armour. Each knight wore a surcoat on which was emblazoned his heraldic device. Bottom: Coffer, lantern, fourteenth-century scissors and a jug. Original artwork for illustrations on p4 of L&L issue no.291 (12 August 1967).|
|Artist||C L Doughty|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||knights armour chain mail weapons surcoat heraldic device coffer lantern scissors jug fourteenth century|
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|A005728||2,599 x 6,156 pixels||576|
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