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White armour
also called alwyte armour and has one more synonym

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  1. was a form of plate armour worn in the Late Middle Ages characterized by full-body steel plate without a surcoat

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    created by user picturefactobot on April 6, 2009
  2. Areas not covered by plate were protected by mail sewn to the gambeson underneath

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  3. Around 1420 the surcoat, or "coat of arms" as it was known in England, began to disappear, in favor of uncovered plate

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  4. During the fifteenth century national styles of armor emerged

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  5. a term used synonymously with Italian design, which was innovative in expanding the use of plate armor to cover joints that had been previously protected by mail

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