The studded leather armor is an ancient protective weapon used for weapon slashing and arrow shooting. Here are the four gold armor of the Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty the gold armor is not all made of gold. A time-consuming four-year-old, rare treasure. Qianlong iron leaf gilded armor. This armor is used by Emperor Qianlong. The helmet is made of steel.
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Chinese armour was predominantly lamellar from the Warring States period BC - BC onward, prior to which animal parts such as rhinoceros hide, rawhide, and turtle shells were used for protection. Lamellar armour was supplemented by scale armour starting from the Han dynasty BC— AD forward, partial plate armour from the Northern and Southern dynasties — , and mail and mountain pattern armour from the Tang dynasty — During the Ming dynasty — , brigandine began to supplant lamellar armour and was used to a great degree into the Qing dynasty — By the 19th century most Qing armour, which was of the brigandine type, were purely ceremonial, having kept the outer studs for aesthetic purposes, and omitted the protective metal plates. The earliest archaeological evidence of armour in China dates to the Shang dynasty.
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Armour , also spelled armor , also called body armour , protective clothing with the ability to deflect or absorb the impact of projectiles or other weapons that may be used against its wearer. Until modern times, armour worn by combatants in warfare was laboriously fashioned and frequently elaborately wrought, reflecting the personal importance placed by the vulnerable soldier on its protection and also frequently the social importance of its wearer within the group. Modern technology has brought about the development of lighter protective materials that are fashioned into a variety of apparel suited to the hazards of modern warfare. With the rise of terrorism and the use of powerful personal weapons by criminals, armour is now frequently worn by police , by private nonmilitary security forces, and even by noncombatants who might be targets of attack. Types of armour generally fall into one of three main categories: 1 armour made of leather , fabric, or mixed layers of both, sometimes reinforced by quilting or felt, 2 mail, made of interwoven rings of iron or steel, and 3 rigid armour made of metal, horn, wood, plastic, or some other similar tough and resistant material.