Knights in Armor Paper Dolls

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Courier Corporation, Oct 1, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
With this exciting paper doll collection, you can dress two dolls in eight authentic suits of armor worn in the Middle Ages. The two dolls represent young knights from a medieval court. The armor includes historically accurate coats of mail worn by a Norman knight at the time of William the Conqueror (1066), by a Crusader Knight Templar (1250) and by an English knight of 1290, and armor worn by an English knight of 1400 and German knights (ca. 1345 and 1480). Also included are two suits of 16th-century tournament armor. Accompanied by swords, shields, banners and other accessories, these carefully researched figures are the perfect way to have fun while learning about the defensive armor worn by warriors of the medieval period.

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Artist A. G. Smith uses paper engineering to teach history, geography and science. His books, which teach through the building of three-dimensional paper models, include Life in Celtic Times, The Confederate Army Paper Soldiers, Egyptian Punch-Out Masks, and African Village.

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