Another example of the same sort is the revival of chain mail.
The archers are sometimes protected by a kind of chain mail.
Then Robin saw, what he had not wotted of before, that the Friar had also a coat of chain mail beneath his gown.
The features are handsome, and the whole body is wrapped in chain mail.
As is the case with King Arthur, the breastplate is worn over a coat of chain mail, and the greaves worn are plain.
There, too, were coats of chain mail and great iron gauntlets, and rows of dinted helmets formed a cornice round the gallery.
This supposed cowl is nothing more than a fold of the chain mail, which has been covered with a thick coating of paint.
There seems to have been hardly any chain mail which a clothyard arrow could not pierce.
Then straightway Robin Hood donned a fine steel coat of chain mail, over which he put on a light jacket of Lincoln green.
Instead of being hard and stiff, it is all linked together, so that it is more like a piece of chain mail than of iron railing.