Medieval knight.

Collection by David Scott • Last updated 11 days ago


Images of medieval knights and men at arms, clothing, weapons, armour and tools.

David Scott

battle of hastings 1066 - 2010 re-enactment

norman knight and his spanish riding horse

Soldier 01 by ICONGRAFX on DeviantArt

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Hospitaller knight armed with helm, sword, and shield

I am once more interpretting a Hospitaller knight as he may have appeared from approximately 1248 until 1259 AD, this time on a rainy fall day. Again, it is hard to get a decent photograph on a rainy day... The sleeveless surcoat was allowed by the Pope only after 1248 in place of the monastic robe that the brothers at arms wore over their mail until that time. Even then the surcoat was only to be worn in "dangerous areas" where fighting may occur. This one is made of wool and lined in…

Hospitaller knight with sword

At a local reenactment event on a fine spring day. The conical helm is by Get Dressed for Battle. It is lined and a stout piece that could stand up to sword blows if necessary. The hospitaller surcoat is wool on outside, linen inside, and offered by Revival Clothing. The sword is an Albion blade that I customized. Check out the pewter buckle and tip on the sword belt. They are based on original Norman pieces and done by Medieval Reproductions. The mail is all flattened wedge-riveted steel…

Battle of Hastings 1066: Companions at arms

The term “Companions of the Conqueror” in the widest sense signifies those who planned, organised and joined with William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy, in the great adventure which was the Norman Conquest of England (1066–1071). The term is however more narrowly defined as those nobles who actually fought with Duke William in the Battle of Hastings

Knight's Cape Medieval Linen Cloak | Etsy

100% linen cape similar to those seen in Kingdom of Heaven and Robin Hood. Works great for knights, paladins and many other medieval and fantasy characters! Achieve that distinct medieval/fantasy look with our Knight’s Cape. The weight of the cape is distributed across the shoulders so you don’t experience the “cape choke” that can so often be a problem. Choice of 10+ colors to match your look! We leave the cloak slightly frayed on the bottom hem to give a more weathered and worn look…

Wells Cathedral, West Front Statues 123 Knight & 124 St Maurice

Illustration of Medieval Knights


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Chevalier hospitalier

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Kingdom of Heaven

I watched Kingdom of Heaven the night before last for the first time with Dad, Mum and Autumn. It was AWESOME!!! Oh yeah, this is my kind...