Tang Dynasty Warrior Armor 唐甲
Tang figurine of a ferocious warrior encased in a cord and plaque armor (designated by its double breast plates.) These visually distinctive armors consisted of double breast plates in the front and back held in position by two shoulder straps and waist cords. They are favored by officers and are often seen worn by mythical figures and tomb guardians.
Side view of the warrior's helmet and a close up of the jutting sculpted animal pauldrons
A Tang heavy cavalry man encased in lamellar armor. He sports a
lacquered shield of many colors and a battle ax. On his side is strapped
a composite bow in its quiver.