The most famous China mysterious armor: Lost Shan Wen Jia

The armor armor Chinese herringbone

lengbingqiyanjiusuo· 2016-10-08 10:40:51

in the Tang and Song Dynasties Ming three dynasties statues, murals, paintings, stone carvings, a hill line is a very high rate of armor, is so far the most gorgeous China history is also the most mysterious armor. So far no one has not retained physical, historical records of its weaving method.

" - Shanxi Shuanglin temple in the Ming Dynasty as king, wearing a piece of a grain, texture is very clear

currently on the mountain woven pattern of public conjecture four. The first guess Hill line is actually a kind of silk cloth armor, this is actually a grain silk textile texture;

"in a mountain grain like Whitfield, skirt with the Ming and Qing Dynasties two generation special Falcon front tail

second is a piece of wire rope with grain sewn in the fabric;

third is mountain grain from traditional mountain shaped nail plug

braiding; the fourth argument is mountain lines by Chevron three pyramid teeth. Although modern armor enthusiasts struggled to recover, but the preciseness and accuracy are also questionable.

"armor enthusiasts homemade mountain restoration lines a piece of

" homemade mountain view

lines a flat according to the existing recovery mode. All the sting attack oriented weak nail joints. And to overcome this problem, the whole set of armor will become too heavy.

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