The archers are sometimes protected by a kind of chain mail.
Another example of the same sort is the revival of chain mail.
The features are handsome, and the whole body is wrapped in chain mail.
She was conscious, as he held her thus, of the chain mail under his jerkin.
There, too, were coats of chain mail and great iron gauntlets, and rows of dinted helmets formed a cornice round the gallery.
The immense antiquity of chain mail, and that it originated in the East, are the two facts beyond dispute in its history.
There seems to have been hardly any chain mail which a clothyard arrow could not pierce.
Towering above them were mounted men, men dressed in hauberks and doublets of chain mail.
Instead of being hard and stiff, it is all linked together, so that it is more like a piece of chain mail than of iron railing.
A man in a shirt of chain mail stood upright in the bows, and a levelled cross-bow threatened them.