We have as much to fear from the tonsure as from the hauberk.
It was a victory to know that it had broken through her father's hauberk of prejudice.
What now is thy wont in the handplay with the helm and the hauberk of rings?
A hauberk, or coat of mail, composed of steel rings, protected his body.
If the garment were a simple tunic or frock the whole was called a hauberk.
Your arrow, or whatever you call it, has not even struck the hauberk.
Beneath this was worn a hauberk of mail, with articulated gloves.
Like his brother-in-arms, at Puig, he wears the camail and hauberk.
Each man had his hauberk on, with his sword girt and his shield at his neck.
It was very dark in the tent as he put on hauberk and helmet.