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Costume of Fifteenth Century Pikeman more
A soldier from “Three knights from the 15th century” without the background or border.
This man holds a pike, or a cross between an axe and a spear. He also has a longsword at his right hip and a dagger or shotsword at his right. He wears chain-mail, and carries a shield with heraldic markings to identify him (or the knight for whom he fights). His helmet is tufted with a plume of pink and white feathers and he has one hand on his hip. They let gay men into the army in 1450, it seems.