|Tasset Of A 15th Century Suit
|Tasset(upper thigh guard), tuile-shaped of a 15th century suit. From Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|Small Tasset In Plates
|Small tasset in plates, end of 15th century; used also in the 16th century.
|Cuish Or Thigh Plate With Knee-Cap
|Cuish or thigh-plate, with knee-cap, and greave. It is double or hinged, which slows its manufacture to be later than 1500.
|Greave With Soleret
|Greave with soleret. The soleret is of the shape called bec-de-cane end of the 16th century.
|Large Tilting Cuishe
|Large tilting cuishe, belonging to a suit of armour called Maximilienne, beginning of the 16th century. From Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|Large Cuisse For Tilting
|Large cuisse or thigh-piece for tilting, of Maximilian armor of the beginning of the 16th century. From Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|German Leg Piece For Tournaments
|German leg piece for tournaments, end of 15th century. This was worn over the greaves of the armor, so as to shield the leg from collision with the barrier.
|16th Century Large Cuisse For Tilting
|Large cuisse for tilting, beginning of the 16th century. Collection M. le Conte de Nieuwerkerke.
|Persian Greave From Schah Nameh
|Persian greave from a 16th century manuscript Schah Nameh. In the Library of Munich.