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The asker has declined this answer Comment: nije vizir, ja sam stavljao pancir, ali nije lose ni pleteni oklop, ili cu staviti oboje, na savet kolege Ace Naglica.
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Explanation: Tako nekako. Na dolje navedenom linku imate sliku i detaljni opis (dio je prekopiran dolje).
Na drugom linku je u sredini mail ("pleteni" oklop, da se tako izrazim), a na krajevima oklop od "punog" metala.
"The main type of body armour in Anglo-Saxon times was mail. The term 'chainmail' not being coined until the 1700's. Mail of the period was made by cutting thin strips of iron from a piece of sheet, or drawing iron wire through a draw-plate, and winding this around a cylindrical former. It was then cut off with a chisel to form the links. The links would then be compressed so that the ends overlapped."