1) A sleeveless coat or jacket of mail, lighter than a hauberk.

1257 et j haubergun de ferro

1391 cum habirion & basenet cum eventale, cum gladio, York

1392 omnem armaturam meam exceptis uno hauberjon et j payr glovys de playt, East Retford. In 1251, an inquisition post mortem found that Emma Wasthose held land in Snaith ‘by the service of serjeanty of one haubergoni in the King’s army’.

dates 1251 1257 1391 1392

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