The knight gazed on the casque, dismounted, and kneeling down, seemed to pray inwardly for some minutes.
Tymbre is the general word used for the casque or helm by the French.
The archdeacon stepped ashore with casque and cuirass over his priestly robes, a long sword in his hand.
Its visor was up, and what I saw within the casque is stamped for ever on my memory.
He wore a casque on his head which pointed him out as a butt for the malice of his enemies.
The bill, which is four inches long, and the casque are blackish.
His hair, tied with a leather thong on the top of his head, fell behind his shoulders like the flowing crest of a casque.
The casque is made of iron and horn, with silver-headed rivets.
I wore that ornament on my casque the day of the battle of Riffenel, at which I saw my son Victorin flash his virgin sword.
I took off his casque, and gave him my iron cap, so that he might get some air.