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plate armor

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noun
armor made of thin, flat, shaped pieces of wrought iron or steel.
any armor composed of, or having as an exterior surface, tough, stiff, flat pieces, large or small, of various materials, as iron, steel, or horn.
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Origin of plate armor

First recorded in 1795–1805
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