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Mars and the Muses: The Renaissance of Armour Tobias Capwell Thursday 06 February 2020

In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Renaissance
metalworkers crafting armour for wealthy noblemen, created an
intensely personal art form, which embodied messages about
status, the social order and divine power.
Thursday 6th February Tobias