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Mongolian armor beginning of the period of the Yuan Dynasty (late 13th century). This armor was used during the Mongol invasion of Japan, and is kept in the Museum of the Mongol invasion of Japan. Подробнее: http://swordmaster.org/2010/01/25/kitajskie-dospexi.html

The Mongols ruled the Persian Empire from 1256 to Mongol Yuan Dynasty century) brigandine armour, used during the Mongol invasions of Japan, preserved at the Mongol Invasion Museum, Japan

mongolian armour: 21 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

Mongol Yuan Dynasty (late century) armor and weapons used during the invasion of Japan.

GERMANY. MONGOLIA. Steppe warriors. Nomadic horsemen of the 7th till 14th Century from Mongolia on view in Bonn

Mongols China and the Silk Road: Steppe Warriors: nomadic horsemen of the Century from Mongolia

Yuan Dynasty helmet, probably belonging to a high-ranking officer or general involved in the Mongol invasions of Japan in 1274. Invasion was unsuccessful due to typhoon which destroyed Mongolian fleet

Yuan Dynasty helmet, probably belonging to a high-ranking officer or general involved in the Mongol invasion of Japan in 1274 which was unsuccessful due to a typhoon which destroyed Mongolian fleet.

Emperor’s helmet China, 1736-1795 Qianlong period  Silk, cotton, pearl, gold, bronze, other metal.  Palace Museum Beijing  The Sanskrit magic formulae on the helmet are from Tibetan Buddhism, indicating that the emperor saw himself as the supreme ruler of a multi-ethnic empire.

Full view of the Qianlong Emperor's dress war helmet, inlaid with pearls, tourmaline and ruby gem stones, Qianlong period AD), Qing Dynasty.

Brigandine, late Ming Dynasty. Most surviving Chinese brigandine armours can only be dated to the Qing Dynasty era, but this is one of the extremely rare Ming era finds.

Most surviving Chinese brigandine armours can only be dated to the Qing Dynasty era, but this is one of the extremely rare Ming era finds.

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museum-of-artifacts: “Mongolian armored boots, to c, leather and iron. The National Museum of Mongolian History, in Ulaanbaatar ”

индийские доспехи: 24 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

a most unusual set of armour, from a land far across the seas (Chinese, Qing dynasty century)

Tibetan lamellar armor and helmet, 17th c or earlier, Iron, leather, textile, unusually complete,  twice as many rows as similar armors, the only example in a Western collection, one of the few in the world, that has full armored sleeves. Similar sleeves of this rare form have also been found in the ruins of Tsaparang, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge, in Ngari (western Tibet),  very complete and well preserved eight-plate lamellar type helmet.  National Museums of Scotland.

Lamellar Armor (ca. Century CE Tibetan Armor) (National Museums of Scotland)

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The black helmet of a Mongolian army

China was renamed Yuan in 1271 by  Kublai Khan when he established his  Dynasty within the Mongol Empire. Robe with all-weather sleeves. 119 cm long, 224 cm. across the sleeves ,105 cm wide in the skirt. Outer  tan silk damask, the lining a light blue silk tabby.  Cross collar, long and narrow sleeves, comparably narrow waist and a wide skirt.

Robe with all-weather sleeves. Outer tan silk damask, lining a light blue silk tabby. Fold across the chest, wide skirt, smaller at waist.

Chou Dynasty helmet from Emperor Wu Wang tomb complex (circa 1020 BC)

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Chou Dynasty helmet from Emperor Wu Wang tomb complex (circa 1020 BC) Qin Dynasty

Officer's helmet from Korea, Asia. Collected by S. Wakefield. Given to the Museum in 1906.  This is a very ornate officer's helmet from Seoul in South Korea. It probably dates to the early 16th century and would have belonged to a wealthy man.

Officer's helmet from Korea, Asia. Collected by S. Given to the Museum in This is a very ornate officer's helmet from Seoul in South Korea. It probably dates to the early century and would have belonged to a wealthy man. by sandy

Mongolian warrior found on photobucket. - This photo was uploaded by snafu1056.

Spectacular Mongolian armor, although I don't know enough about Mongolian Culture to event identify the time period.

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