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Plume (feather) – Wikipedia

A plume is a special type of bird feather, possessed by egrets, ostriches, birds of paradise, quetzals, pheasants and peacocks. They often have a decorative or ornamental purpose, commonly used among marching bands and the military, worn on the hat or helmet of the wearer. When used on military headdresses, the ¬†…

Galea (helmet) – Wikipedia

A galea was a Roman soldier’s helmet. Some gladiators, myrmillones, also wore a bronze galea with a face mask and a decoration, often a fish on its crest. The exact form or design of the helmet varied significantly over time, between differing unit types, and also between individual examplespreindustrial production was ¬†…

Knight Helmet with Feather – Oriental Trading

Just like knights used to wear! Prepare yourself to battle dragons with this Knight Helmet With Feather! Defend the castle and your honor! Combine with toy …

BBC – A History of the World – Object : Hawaiian feather helmet

In Hawaii only the highestranking chiefs could wear red and yellow feathered cloaks and ornaments.This feather helmet would have been worn by a Hawaiian chief during a ceremony or in battle. It is made from wicker basketry and covered with the red feathers of honeycreepers and the yellow feathers of honeyeaters.

Helmet with Feather Crest (? ????) | Chinese | The Met

The quality of the pierced and gilt ironwork of the helmet, the fourclaw dragons embroidered on its cheek and neck guards, and the exotic materials of the crest indicate that these items were intended for a military officer of very high rank.

Single word requests – What is the ponytail in a knight’s helmet …

late 14c., a feather (especially a large and conspicuous one), from Old French plume soft feather, down; feather bed, and directly from Latin pluma a feather, down; the first beard, from PIE root *pleus to pluck; a feather, fleece (cf. Old English fleos fleece). Meaning a long streamer of smoke, etc.

Jennings keeps feathers in helmet | Sports |

It seems that fellow West Virginia University wide receiver Gary Jennings is playing with a couple of feathers in his helmet, something that began when he found a feather on the field before the Virginia Tech game, probably part of the Washington Redskins marching band as that game was on their field.

Introducing the Shadow Featherweight Helmet | The Shadow …

Shadow is proud to introduce our brand new Featherweight InMold Helmet. The result of one of our most technical projects to date, this helmet is the latest and greatest edition to Shadow’s ever growing Riding Gear category. Read on and follow our journey to create one of the best looking, most comfortable, and lightest¬†…

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