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  1. Maximilian armour - Wikipedia

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    Maximilian armour is a modern term applied to the style of early 16th-century German plate armour associated with, and possibly first made for the Emperor Maximilian I.

  2. Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Maximilian had a great passion for armour, not only as equipment for battle or tournaments, but as an art form. The style of armour that became popular during the second half of his reign featured elaborate fluting and metalworking, and became known as Maximilian armour. It emphasized the details in the shaping of the metal itself, rather than the etched or gilded designs popular in the Milanese style.

  3. Talk:Maximilian armour - Wikipedia

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    it was already out of use before reiters invented. and it was a battle armour during rule of Maximilian I. the last armour was made for Maximilian II, but I don't think that he engaged reiters in this armour (Idot 17:05, 22 March 2012 (UTC))

  4. Jan 20, 2020 · Maximilian armour is a modern term applied to the style of early 16th-century German plate armour associated with, and possibly first made for the Emperor Maximilian I.

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  6. Maximilian armour | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Maximilian armour is a modern term applied to the style of early 16th-century German plate armour associated with, and possibly first made for the Emperor Maximilian I.

  7. Category:Maximilian armour - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jan 10, 2019 · Maximilian field armor with visor for ceremony and tournament, south Germany, 1510-1520 - Higgins Armory Museum - DSC05651.JPG 3,240 × 4,320; 4.6 MB Maximilian field armor, Southern Germany, circa 1525-1530 - Higgins Armory Museum - DSC05485.JPG 3,240 × 4,320; 4.68 MB

  8. Gothic plate armour - Wikipedia

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    Gothic armour was often combined with a Gothic sallet, which included long and sharp rear-plate that protected the back of the neck and head. Maximilian armour of the early 16th century is characterized by rounder and more curved forms, and their ridges were narrower, parallel to each other and covered the entire armour.

  9. Maximillian's Armor - Item - World of Warcraft

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    From Wikipedia: Maximilian armor is the type of German armor of the first third of 16th century, named after the Emperor Maximilian.

  10. Plate armour - Wikipedia

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    German so-called Maximilian armour of the early 16th century is a style using heavy fluting and some decorative etching, as opposed to the plainer finish on 15th-century white armour. The shapes include influence from Italian styles. This era also saw the use of closed helms, as opposed to the 15th-century-style sallets and barbutes.

  11. Armour - Wikipedia

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    Armour (British English) or armor (American English; see spelling differences) is a protective covering that is used to prevent damage from being inflicted to an object, individual or vehicle by direct contact weapons or projectiles, usually during combat, or from damage caused by a potentially dangerous environment or activity (e.g., cycling, construction sites, etc.).