Ming armours from military treatise 'Wu Bei Zhi (《武備志》)'

Ming armour
Body armour.
Ming Dynasty armour
Body armour.
Ming Dynasty Mountain Pattern Armour
'Mountain pattern' armour.
Ming Chinese Armour
Body armour.
Chinese Lamellar Armour
Body armour.
Ming Lamellar Armour
Shoulder armour.
Ming Chinese Lamellar Armour
Shoulder armour.
Ming Chinese Mountain Pattern Armour
Shoulder armour and breastplate in the 'Mountain pattern' style.
Ming Dynasty Iron Armguard
Metal armguards.
Ming Chinese Iron Armguard
Metal armguards.
Ming Chinese Rattan Armour
Chi Teng Jia (赤藤甲).
Ming Dynasty Lion Armour
Tang Ni Kai (唐猊鎧, 'Lion armour'). A Tang Ni (唐猊) is a Chinese mythological beast similar to lion.
Chinese Hauberk
Gang Si Lian Huan Jia (鋼絲連鐶甲, lit. 'Steel wire chain armour' ) or mail shirt.
Ming Dynasty Paper Armour
Paper armour.
Ming Dynasty Paper Armguard
Paper armguard.
Various Ming Dynasty armours from Wu Bei Zhi (《武備志》), written in 1621. Wu Bei Zhi is a military encyclopedia that incorporated/copied from several earlier military treatises. It recorded a great variety of armours, from archaic Song Dynasty-style armour of the early Ming to latest design.

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