https://flic.kr/p/cxNbPq | Detail of 'Emperor Heraclius Slays the King of Persia' | The emperor is wearing pointy gothic armour, apparently gilded, with a crown on his helmet. The King of Persia appears to have his armour hidden by clothing, although he is wearing a helmet and lower arm defenses. Harding Collection, Chicago Institute of Art.
« Croniques abregies commençans au temps de Herode Antipas, persecuteur de la chrestienté, et finissant l'an de grace mil IIc et LXXVI », ou « livre traittant en brief des empereurs », par David Aubert. Tome Ier Date d'édition : 1401-1500 Ms-5089 réserve Folio 19r
A detail of the altar painting, c1465, by Michael Pacher at the parish church of St Lawrence, originally in Southern Tyrol, now in the Austrian Gallery in Vienna from - The Jousting Life: An Interview with Andreas Wenzel, Chairman of the Destrier Jousting Troupe