1 Surely not as translated, p. 23, ‘who fell into the hands of the Danes’, but ‘fell (i.e. were slain) by the hands of the Danes’, a Hebraism copied from the Vulgate, e.g. 1. Chron.XX, 7, qui ceciderunt in manu David (found for me by Canon W. L. Knox).
2 See M. Garbutt, ‘Japanese Armour from the Inside’, Japanese Society of London, 1912, XI, 134–85, esp. p. 143 for remarks about the disadvantages of lacing.
3 ‘Chinese Clay Figures’, Field Museum, Chicago (Publication 177, Anihr. Ser.XIII, 2, 1914).
4 See Ct. O. Trapp and J. G. Mann, The Armoury of . . . Churburg, 1929 and Mann in Archaeologia, 1935, LXXXIV, p. 69, also F. M. Kelly, Apollo, 1930, p. 37.
Armour from the Battle of Wisby, 1361, by Bengt Thordeman. Kungl. Vitterhets, Historie och Antikvitets Akademien, Stockholm. Uppsala, 1939, 2 vols., 1, pp. 480, ff. 426; II, plates 133.
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