- armenian church,
- armenian massacres,
- armes parlantes,
Origin of armet
Examples from the Web for armet
This ornamentation appears on all the pieces, the armet included.Spanish Arms and Armour|Albert F. Calvert
The armet frequently comprised, especially in the later examples, a fixed gorget, generally of two or more articulated plates.
Fig. 600 shows the earliest form of Italian armet, with a reinforcing-piece on the forehead, and a removable visor.A Complete Guide to Heraldry|Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
The Armet, or close helmet, fits the shape of the head to such an extent that it must be opened to be put on.Armour & Weapons|Charles John Ffoulkes
They wear the close helmet or armet of Italian fashion, with a high comb and a large sharply-pointed visor.