He was arrayed in chain-mail, and his helmet was on his brow.
Swords might also be obtained; and some shirts of chain-mail, new bows and new arrows.
And when he does,” said Armand kindly, “will be time enough for the chain-mail.
The Cargan seems to have been a collar or tippet of chain-mail.
Mr. Kerrich considers the coats marked with rounds as chain-mail.
Unfastening his chain-mail armour at the back, he opened him up, so to speak, and went in.
They were complete suits of armour—one representing a knight in plate armour, the other a Crusader in chain-mail.
Do you remember the suit of chain-mail we made for Bonnie Connaught out of wire dish-cloths?
Fig. 23 is a marking found in early etchings, and very well represents the texture of chain-mail.
The chain-mail was of hammered iron, the art of wire-drawing not being found till about the middle of the next age.