See also:head-piece introduced in the early 15th century replacing the heavy
See also:helmet . Its essential features are its smooth rounded
See also:surface, like an inverted bowl, and its long projecting
See also:neck guard . Usually there was no movable vizor, but the front fixed
See also:part covered most of the
See also:face, a slit being
See also:left for the eyes . The word is said to come through the Old Fr. from the Span. celada, Ital. celata,
See also:Lat. caelata, sc. cassis, engraved helmet, caelare, to engrave,
See also:chase (see HELMET) .
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