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Bascinet

Bascinet

Get Dressed for Battle offers some variations of the bascinet, which arose in the 14th century. Under constant development, this type of helmet was in use until the beginning of the 15th century. The origin probably lies in a variant of the brain hood, which was worn as additional protection under the large pot helmet. This brain hood was originally worn over a chain hood, until the braided braid was fixed to the edge of the helmet. The edge of the pelvis became ever greater, until finally he covered the whole head and part of the neck. A removable nasal with braided braids was initially used as a face protection. More previous forms of the pelvis had a stiff cheek-protection protruding far into the face. Towards the end of the 14th century different visor forms for the basin hood, the most famous of which were the dog's broom. In the fifteenth century, this type of helmet reached its breed in the various forms of the Grand Bacinet, until it finally developed into the Sallet and then replaced it. See our blog about the basin hood.

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