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'''Lames''' are narrow strips of [[steel]] or [[iron]] used in [[armour]]. They might be articulated by [[rivet]]ing to another [[plate]] or lame, or by being attached to a [[leather]] strap.
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'''Lames''' (pronounced "lamms") are narrow strips of [[steel]] or [[iron]] used in [[armour]]. They might be articulated by [[rivet]]ing to another [[plate]] or lame, or by being attached to a [[leather]] strap.
   
 
Forms of armour that use these in their construction are refered to as [[lamellar]].
 
Forms of armour that use these in their construction are refered to as [[lamellar]].

Latest revision as of 11:34, 16 June 2007

Lames (pronounced "lamms") are narrow strips of steel or iron used in armour. They might be articulated by riveting to another plate or lame, or by being attached to a leather strap.

Forms of armour that use these in their construction are refered to as lamellar.